Today Is The “First Day of Spring” In South Korea

Today Is The “Start Of The Spring (입춘)” In Korea

If you look at the Chinese character for the word 입춘 (立春), it’s closest to the meaning of “preparing for spring”. As such, it refers to the time when the temperatures of winter begin to rise.

This year’s 입춘 was the warmest since 1973.

Tomorrow, Monday, February 5, large amounts of rain and snow are expected to fall across the country. The upcoming Seollal (Korean New Year) holiday, February 9-12, is said to be mostly sunny and relatively warm.

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