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Imagine yourself draped in beautiful Korean hanbok, walking around historic palace grounds whilst cherry blossoms gently fall to your feet. Or strolling along riverside paths, picnicking under the shade of pink blossom clouds. Discover the best ways to see cherry blossoms in Korea this spring.
If you’re travelling to Korea this winter, you have the chance to see snow-capped mountains, Korean temples blanketed in snow, and many other unique sights from the Land of Morning Calm. So, where does it snow in Korea and what are the best places to see snow?
Seeing autumn leaves in Korea is an absolute must. Dazzling reds, burning oranges, rich golds, and lush greens paint the forests and mountains of Korea’s countryside in waves of splendour that shouldn’t be missed.
A Brit In Korea
Hi! My name is Joel, I’m the author of In My Korea. I’ve lived and travelled across Korea since 2015. I love learning more about Korean culture, hiking the many mountains, and visiting all the coolest places in Korea, both modern and traditional.
I’m a Brit, a lover of exploring, travelling, hiking, trying new things, meeting new people, digging into foreign cultures, understanding how things work, learning about history, eating all the foods, and playing in the snow.