North Korea Sightseeing Places

North Korea Landmarks

North Korea climate The climate in North Korea is temperate and continental. There are four seasons, most of the rainfall (around 60%) falls in the summer between June and September. Typhoons can occur in early autumn. In the long winter there is clear and very cold weather. Snowstorms can occur with winds from Siberia. In the capital Pyongyang, the maximum January temperatures are -3 °C and the lowest temperatures are…

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