The leaves will change color in South Korea slightly later than usual this year, starting at the end of this month at Mount Seoraksan.
According to K-weather, the leaves will start to change color from September 28th, one day later than usual.
The autumn leaves can first be seen at Mount Seoraksan in Gangwon-do Province, moving south at a speed of about 20 to 25 kilometers a day.
Southern regions should see fall foliage between October 12th and the 21st.
The peak is generally about two weeks after the first autumn leaves appear.