South Korea is located in the southern part of the Korean Peninsula, and surrounded by the sea on three sides. It faces the Jiaodong Peninsula across the sea in the west, Japan in the east, and North Korea in the north. There are four distinct seasons and beautiful scenery here. Historically, South Korea used to be a vassal state of China, so it received Chinese influence in many aspects such as culture and food. Nowadays, the rapid economic development makes South Korea has become a developed country. South Korea’s IT industry has been at the forefront of the world for many years. The rapid economic development of South Korea has become a developed country. South Korea’s IT industry has been at the forefront of the world for many years. In addition, the rapid development of the Korean entertainment industry has made it more and more influential in the world.
South Korea has a temperate climate with four distinct seasons, and each season has its own unique landscape. Spring and autumn is the best season for tourism. At the end of April, the cherry blossoms and rape blossoms in Jeju Island first open, heralding the arrival of spring. In April, Seoul will also have the Spring Flower Festival, which is a good time to enjoy the flowers. From June to September, South Korea's climate is hot and humid，many people choose to go to the mountains or coastal areas to escape the heat. Haeundae in Busan is in peak tourist season. From September to November, the weather in Korea is mild and cool, the maple leaves begin to turn red. From December to mid-March, the snowstorm in the northeast provides the best conditions for skiing, and international ski enthusiasts can come to Korea to ski at this time.