- 1 What season is it in South Korea right now?
- 2 Is South Korea safe at night?
- 3 Is it dangerous to live in Seoul?
- 4 What happens if I marry a Korean?
- 5 What is the hottest month in South Korea?
- 6 Do Koreans use toilet paper?
- 7 Is Korea cheap or expensive?
- 8 What is not allowed in South Korea?
- 9 What is the most dangerous city in South Korea?
- 10 Is South Korea friendly to foreigners?
- 11 What are the cons of living in South Korea?
- 12 Can I live in South Korea forever?
What season is it in South Korea right now?
There are only minimal regional variations throughout the country, and the year divides neatly into four distinct seasons. There is a delightful spring (April to June), a muggy and wet summer (July to August), a refreshing autumn (September to November) and a freezing cold, snowy but dry winter (December to March).
Is South Korea safe at night?
South Korea is more than safe. It already has one of the lowest crime rates in the world. That being said, South Korea is still one of the safest places that you can visit. You’re going to be able to walk around – even at night – and should feel comfortable knowing that no one is out to get you.
Is it dangerous to live in Seoul?
When you go over to South Korea to live and work for a year, you will be as safe as can be – as long as you use some common sense. While there may be different things to worry about in terms of natural disasters and traffic than at home, it’s nothing too far out of the ordinary – and risks are very low.
What happens if I marry a Korean?
Naturalization is the process by which a foreign national married to a Korean national acquires Korean citizenship. The new Korean national must forfeit his previous foreign citizenship within six months of acquiring Korean citizenship. Korea does not permit dual citizenship.
What is the hottest month in South Korea?
July is the hottest month in Seoul with an average temperature of 24°C (75°F) and the coldest is January at -4°C (25°F) with the most daily sunshine hours at 7 in October. The wettest month is July with an average of 395mm of rain..
Do Koreans use toilet paper?
Lesson Number Four: Koreans usually do not put toilet paper in the stalls. Today in Korea, at least one western style toilet can usually be found in most modern buildings. But you will have to search them out in most places. And in small country towns just forget it.
Is Korea cheap or expensive?
Indeed, while the cost of living in Korea is far from cheap, your trip doesn’t have to be exorbitantly expensive. Certain aspects of traveling through Korea (accommodation, always, and usually transport) are going to be pricey, but you can compensate in other areas to equalize your trip cost.
What is not allowed in South Korea?
Guns, narcotics, pornography, subversive material, treasonous material, and counterfeit goods are prohibited from entering Korea.
What is the most dangerous city in South Korea?
Gangseo District and Yeongdeungpo Districts are the two most well-known areas where murders happen most often.
Is South Korea friendly to foreigners?
Koreans are generally hospitable and welcoming toward foreigners with few exceptions here and there. But in totality there is a line of separation Koreans set up between themselves and non Koreans.
What are the cons of living in South Korea?
Con: Expensive Food is not very cheap, especially for imported products. A cup of coffee can sometimes go as high as 7 to 10 USD! One major Cons, is the renting system for accommodation. First of all accommodation is very expensive and the value for money is not very good.
Can I live in South Korea forever?
As long as you have a residence and a legal reason to stay. I am staying with an F-4 Ethnically Korean Foreigner Visa which lasts for 3 years and can be renewed. I know of some foreigners who stay up to 90 days, then fly out or take a ferry to Japan then return again for 90 days.