Springtime in Korea

Springtime in Korea
Azalea (right) and forsythia blossoms take an average of seven days to peak.

Usher in spring in South Korea and see forsythias and azaleas bloom. This year, forsythia blossoms are expected to start blooming in Seogwipo on Jeju Island around March 15 to 25, and in the central regions around March 25 to 31.

In northern Gyeonggi-do as well as the northern and mountain areas of Gangwon-do, forsythias are expected to appear after April 1. Usually, azalea and forsythia blossoms take an average of seven days to peak.

For forsythia and azalea forecasts, visit www.visitkorea.or.kr.


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