South Korea’s premier honeymoon destination is the beautiful island of Jeju. Jeju Island or Jeju-do (also spelled Cheju-do) is located off the southernmost coast of Korea in the Korean Strait. It is an island blessed with amazing natural wonders, man-made attractions, and perfect climate. The island goes through the same four seasons that the rest of the country experiences but weather in Jeju-do is less extreme than in the rest of the peninsula.
The Korean Peninsula gets drenched with plenty of rain during the wet monsoon in the middle of the year, freezes over in winter from November to March, and heats up as any other tropical Asian country in summer. The summer months are sticky and hot, signaling the arrival of the monsoon season. The other months are the best months to visit South Korea, especially in autumn (September to November) when Korea bathes in warm, sunny weather and cobalt-blue skies. The months of April and May in spring are picturesque with cherry blossoms in full bloom. Winter is biting, but it’s perfect for skiers and those longing for a vacation on ice.