South Korea weather & when to go: November
Temperatures remain comfortable throughout South Korea in November and you will encounter much less rain than September and October can bring. The onset of winter snow is still a month away and the humidity of summer is a distant memory.
November's weather in detail
Mild temperatures and low rainfall characterise the weather conditions across South Korea in November. In the northern capital of Seoul the temperature is likely to be a minimum of 7°C and a maximum of 19°C; whilst in the southern coastal regions things remain a little more balmy, with Jeju Island typically enjoying temperatures in the range of 15-21°C. If you plan on heading into the mountainous regions of Songnisan National Park, you should still pack a few extra layers as it can get chilly in the evenings.
In essence, favourable weather conditions in November make it a good time of year to visit South Korea.
Select a month
Select a month
Our recommended journeys
Besides close geographical proximity South Korea and Japan share many similarities and make natural holiday partners. Both are countries rich in ancient history, where deep-rooted traditions are balanced by contemporary culture and technological sophistication. Natural wonders and scenic beauty can be found throughout the two, as can a distinctive cuisine and friendly people. This ten day itinerary offers a teasing taster of both destinations.
Discover your South Korea
Call us on 01273 670 001
Key Festivals & Religious Ceremonies
Seoul Lantern Festival
Expect hundreds of expertly crafted lanterns of all colours, shapes and sizes.