Korea Travel in November: Weather info & Best Place to Go

weather in Korea in November

Would you like to experience Korea’s November magic?

Check out the beauty of Naejangsan near the cool weather as you wonder at the color of the leaves, discover Naejangsan at its best.

Not only that, but you could also dive into Seoul’s past at,

  • Gyeongbokgung Palace,
  • Pick and eat tea at Boseong,
  • Travel back in time to Jeonju Hanok Village and
  • Roam through the colorful Gamcheon Culture Village in Busan.

It’s chilly and fresh in Korea in November as autumn blends into winter. The temperature is between 5°C and 15°C and most places retain their vibrant fall colors.

November is a lovely month for enjoying the outdoors, taking special hikes, and seems like autumn’s final remains before winter arrives.

Best Places to Go

Check out Korea’s November highlights,

  • Naejangsan for its stunning natural beauty,
  • Seoul for its historical roots and significance,
  • Boseong for field sipping tea,
  • Jeonju Hanok Village for culture and
  • The streets of Busan Gamcheon Culture Village while you are at it.
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Naejangsan National Park

Korea’s Naejangsan National Park becomes a magical beauty of autumnal colors in November.

Mountains and valleys are dressed in a gorgeous palette of red, orange, and gold for hikers and photographers to enjoy.

Among the colors, the unique cherry blossoms and temples add even more colors to the painting.

Gyeongbokgung Palace, Seoul

The Gyeongbokgung Palace in Seoul is a perfect place to get away from the hustle and hurry of November and be nearby calm while enjoying the colors of the fall.

You can walk around the palace, wonder of autumnal foliage, and even watch Korean traditional performance shows.

The low temperatures are perfect for leisure walks around the palace’s huge halls and gardens.

Boseong Green Tea Fields

November is a cooler month in Korea, and Boseong’s Green Tea Fields is the perfect place to have a peaceful time.

One can take a stroll through the well-kept terraced fields and experience the final harvests of the season. The serenity of the colors of green and gold will provide a perfect backdrop.

Jeonju Hanok Village

During November, this village rewards visitors with a beautiful get away into Korea’s ancient way of life.

When the front trees and leaves in Korean autumn colors start to turn, strolling down the narrow passages lined with elegant hanok will be an unforgettable experience.

Expert stores offer many more opportunities to learn and greasy bibimbap fill your stomach. The weather is chilly, making it ideal for a lovely turning pursuit of local culture.

Busan's Gamcheon Culture Village

Gamcheon Culture Village, Busan the weather is wonderfully cool, and the village is less crowded.

Tourists walk around a lively little path that the village has painted colors on, visit small art galleries and downright nifty shops, and snap photos of the city and sea views.

It’s the best time to experience the artistic side of the village and create lasting memories.

Frequently Asked Questions (FQAs)

Is Busan nice in November?

The winters begin in November which is considered mostly as the offseason which lasts till March when it’s cold and freezing. It isn’t a good time to visit Busan.

Is November still autumn in Korea?

What Month is Autumn in Korea? Autumn in Korea actually takes place between September and November.

How to dress in Korea in November?

From October to November, temperatures fall sharply, often reaching lows around 0°C. The season is pleasant with cool breezes, ideal for light sweaters or jean jackets.

How cold will Korea be in November?

As the month continues, days gradually become shorter and temperatures cooler, with a monthly average of 41°F (5°C).

Is November a good time to go to South Korea?

September to November is the best time for dry skies and golden ginkgoes. Visiting South Korea in the fall is pretty much a foolproof plan.

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