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Korea - What to wear


Korea weather

Current Korea Weather Conditions
Korea has four seasons, with a wet monsoon / summer in the middle of the year, and a cold winter from November to March. The most ideal time to visit Korea is during the autumn months (September – November). During this time, the country experiences warm, sunny weather, skies are cobalt blue and the spectacular foliage is perharps the biggest draw. Winters are cold and dry and remain a good time if you are interested in winter sports as there are numerous ski resorts. Spring (April – May) is also beautiful with all the cherry blossoms in bloom. However, it is very busy and one need to book in advance to ensure accommodation is available. The summer months are muggy and hot, and rather crowded. It is also when the monsoon begins so many activities are subject to the fluctuations of heavy rain.


Clothing :
From mid-March through late-May, and mid-September through mid-November you can wear long sleeved shirts and slacks plus possibly a cardigan or a jacket. During summer, June through August, short sleeved shirts and shorts would be a good idea. Late November through early March you must be prepared for the cold. A scarf and gloves are recommended for January and February, and remember that it snows at higher elevations in Korea.



The cool breeze and warm sunlight make spring in Korea a great season to travel. However, be aware that the daily temperature varies over a wide range at this time of year. Light long-sleeve shirts are adequate during daytime, but a light jacket or a sweater will often be needed in the evening. In March, the coldness of winter still lingers and you need to wear a jacket even during a daytime. In April and May, you do not need a jacket, at least during the warm daytime, but you may need a hat and sunglasses to protect yourself from the strong ultra-violet rays.



As a result of global warming, summer in Korea is definitely getting longer and hotter. It also rains more than in the past. June was once considered part of spring but feels more like summer now. People start to wear light slacks and short-sleeve shirt in June. In July and August, the temperature on any given day can rise to as much as 35 – 40 ⁰C, so short pants, sleeveless shirts, sunglasses, and hats are now the common fashion.



Fall, a season for trench coats, is the best season to visit Korea because of clear skies and low humidity. In September and October, long slacks, long-sleeve shirts, and cardigans or jackets are ideal. November feels quite chilly, so a thick jacket is usually needed. In Korea, the sunlight are fall may feel more intense than in mid-summer, so sunglasses and hats are recommended.



Winter in Korea can be bitter. No matter how hot the summer may be, on a cold winter day, you will need a good down-filled jacket or wool coat, a heavy sweater, warm pants, a scarf, and gloves. On the very coldest days, children and students wear fur-lined earmuffs and boots. Many women also wear fur-lined boots.

Disclaimer : The above information serves only as general guidelines and we cannot be held responsible resulting from the use of above information. You should check with relevant authorities for details.