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Geography and Climate in Seoul

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Seoul is the capital of South Korea. The city is located in the north of the country, near the border with North Korea. Seoul stands on the Han River.

The climate in Seoul is monsoon. The city is located at the same latitude as the south of Turkey, Spain and Greece, however, due to the proximity of the sea, it has short but steady winters. At this time of the year, the temperature drops to -6 ° C.

Summer in Seoul is not too hot: up to + 25 ° C, and quite humid. The maximum summer temperature rarely rises above + 35 ° C.

From May to September monsoons dominate in Seoul, on average, about 300 mm of precipitation falls per month, but there are days on which 100 and even 250 mm of precipitation.

At other times of the year, the winds blow mainly from the mainland. Since Seoul is not protected by mountains from northern winds, sometimes in winter the temperature drops to -15 ° C, although this does not happen often.

There are direct flights from Moscow to Seoul. There are also flights via St. Petersburg and Vladivostok. The international airport is located 50 kilometers from Seoul, in the city of Incheon.

You can get from the airport to the city by bus or taxi. Buses usually run at intervals of 10-20 minutes.

Time: +5 hours to Moscow.


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