Korea // Autumn

Korea has four distinct seasons, and the autumn’s colored leaves are a magnificent sight to behold. The skies turn cobalt blue and the leaves a deep crimson color creating a beautiful contrast. Although the leaves change their hues at slightly different times every year, it usually begins in the northern regions in late September and moves southward.

The best time to see the autumn leaves change color is from mid-October to mid-November.  Koreans enjoy the autumn foliage during this particular time of year with their friends, families, and loved ones in the form of hiking trips.