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Hi, I'm new members!

by nguyenphuc

Hi everybody,
Nextmonth, I intend to go to Seoul and stay there for 3 days.May be at the mid of November. this is the first time I go to Seoul. Please tell me how about the weather? May it have snow? I haven't seen snow before!

Re: Hi, I'm new members!

by ricky52

Due to extreme climatic changes the World is experiencing at the moment, trying to predict the weather can be difficult because of local, on the day variations.
Most places now are seeing weather conditions well outside the norm.
The information below should be used as a guide only.

Here is the average weather for Seoul for this time of year.
Enjoy your holiday.

High 52f / 11c
Low 36f / 2c
Rain 1.90in / 48.0mm
Rain days 9
Hours of sun 5
Daylight hours 10
UV level 3 = Moderate
Humidity = Frost may occur in November

Re: Hi, I'm new members!

by schwein

Very very doubtful that you'll see snow.

It will most likely be cold, sunny, and windy, but not cold enough to snow.

Travel Tips for Seoul

kyong hui gung(palace)

by Jun_Oh

Resting Place for Citizens

The kyonghuigung had been used as the main royal palace for the period of the reigning of ten kings since being built in 1617 by Prince Regent Gwanghae. Counted one of the three greatest palaces of the Choson Dynasty along with the Kyongbok and the Changgyong, it had included 98 structures like the Main Hall, the Crown Prince's Palace, the Detached Area, etc. However, only three of its original buildings remain today, and they are scattered around the city, as the Japanese colonists destroyed the palace almost completely from 1907 through 1910. It still keeps some vestiges of its splendid years, including the time-honored footsteps and the forest in the backyard.

Seoul Palaces

by MEdelmann

... and if you are ready with Gyeongbokgung, then go to Changdeokgung Palace, which lodges the "secret garden" (Huwon, or Biwon in korean). In former days this garden was only reserved to the king and his attendends, but today EVERYONE can watch and visit this silent and peaceful place within such a big and busy city .... Did you know that this palace is registered on the UNESCO World Cultural List? Yes or no? However, it preserves it ....

Street Vender Food : Ho-Tteok

by jckim

Ho-Tteok is Chinese stuffed Pancake.
Wheat dough and stuff with suger and bake
on the hot plate. some time add with peanut and cinnamon. Generally the autumn and winter season vender food. among the famous Ho-Tteok venders, He's get a big money and enjoy popularity. you can find easy Ho-Tteok vender on the street.

Traditional costumes

by victorwkf

One of the highlights of my visit to South Korea is being able to try thr colourful traditional costumes and having a photo taken for memories :) The Honbok traditional costume for the ladies is especially colourful and photogenic.

Hike Mount Bukan

by bladedragon

Mount Bukan (Bukansan) is located just North of Seoul.
You can reach there by train. Normally you can see lots of people there with their hiking gears, so that day we just follow them and ended up at a small trail beside a restaurant.
So we decided that it was probably the path leading to the peak and started to hike the trail up. After a while (not too long) we saw a ranger's station and we asked the ranger if it was the right path up to the peak that we wanted to go.
But it seemed that it wasn't... T.T
It's leading to other peaks so we decided to go back and went to another entrance (which was actually looked like a park entrance) that one of the ranger told us.
At the top there is a gate (looked like a gate of restored old defense wall) and from there another 10-15 minutes tough almost vertical climb to the very top.
It was a huge rock peak with only necessary wire-railings, but the good thing is you can see as far as you're able to without any obstruction.
The space on top was roughly around 2x2m and there's also this S.Korean flag, so it was quite cramped up there.


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