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[Jeju in the News] Daytime highs of 10°C anticipated this week

Jeju might be South Korea’s warmest region, but winter is fast approaching! In the news today, we’re expecting cold temperatures all this week.  The Jeju Regional Meteorological Administration reports that daytime highs will barely top 10°C, so you’ll notice everyone bundling up with winter jackets and scarves.  Conditions will remain overcast and windy, with intermittent […]

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Jeju is perhaps South Korea’s warmest area, however winter is quick approaching! Within the information at present, we’re anticipating chilly temperatures all this week. 

The Jeju Regional Meteorological Administration studies that daytime highs will barely prime 10°C, so that you’ll discover everybody bundling up with winter jackets and scarves. 

Circumstances will stay overcast and windy, with intermittent rain anticipated alongside the coast and snow at larger elevations. 

Which means that hikers up on Hallasan Mountain (at a prime elevation of 1,950m) should put on particular gear (like spiky crampons on their boots) to make it to the summit. 

However they’ll be in for an attractive deal with after they get there!

Hallasan Mountain

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