South Korea's Information
|Land Area||96,920 km2|
|Water Area||2,800 km2|
|Total Area||99,720km2 (#107)|
|Government Type||Presidential Republic|
|GDP (PPP)||$1,930.00 Billion|
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The weather in South Korea is of the four-seasons variety:
Springs are chilly with frequent drizzle; summers are hot and often rainy, with the heaviest rainfall during the monsoon season (June - July).
The fall months in South Korea are beautiful and pleasant, as dry cooler winds blow in from the north. Winters bring much colder conditions, with snow or rain; however, milder winter temperatures are the norm along the southern coastal islands.
Winter high temperatures (November - February) seldom rise above 45°F (7°C), and in the higher elevations, low temperatures of -10°F (-23°C) are common.
Summers (June - August) enjoy temperatures in the 80s (26°C), and in the far south, conditions border on tropical.
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South Korea Trivia
What are the Major Ethnic Groups of South Korea?
96% of the South Korean population is comprised by ethnic Koreans, while the largest groups of immigrants are from China and the United States.
Ethnic Minorities And Immigrants In South Korea
What is the Saemangeum Seawall?
The Saemangeum Seawall is a man-made dyke in South Korea that formed the Saemangeum estuary and it remains the country’s largest ever development project. The Government of South Korea mooted the project in the 1970s and commenced it in 1991 but construction finalized in 2010 after several challenges including environmental concerns.