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South Korea weather & when to go: March

South Korea March weather overview

The long, cold South Korean winter is finally beginning to thaw, and days are typically cold and dry with very little rain expected in March.

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March’s weather in detail

Whilst winter is coming to an end by March, it is still going to be cold throughout much of the country and those crisp, white snow-covered landscapes are still there for the taking, especially in the northern ski resorts of Pyeongchang.

Hills and mountains, such as those found at Songnisan National Park, continue to record temperatures that plummet below freezing, and the mercury in Seoul is unlikely to rise much above 3°C at best.

However, further south it is beginning to feel a little milder, with the seaside city of Busan and Jeju Island typically experiencing minimum daily temperatures of 4°C and a maximum of 9°C.