Hundreds of thousands of cars were expected to be coming into and going out of Seoul today as people travel for the Lunar New Year holiday.
Most people would be returning to the city after visiting family.
Traffic, however, is not too terribly bad.
According to the Korea Expressway Corporation, someone leaving the southeastern city of Busan right now, heading to Seoul, would be in for a drive of about 5-and-a-half hours, which is not much longer than usual.
However, all of Jeju Island, down south, is under a strong wind advisory.
The Korea Meteorological Administration advises anyone with a flight to or from Jeju to double check because there's a chance some flights could be held up.