Korea becomes 'snow land' [PHOTOS]

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Korea becomes 'snow land' [PHOTOS]

Snow fell Wednesday night and into Thursday in many parts of the country. Snow-capped trees stand along a mountain pass in Daegwallyeong, Gangwon Province. Nearly four centimeters of snow fell in Gangwon, with less in other areas. Yonhap

The overnight snowfall turned another mountain pass, Hangyeryeong, into a white wonderland. Yonhap

There was plenty of snow along the Hangyeryeong mountain pass Thursday morning. Yonhap
Snow-covered Hangyeryeong is awe-inspiring. Yonhap

Snow covers cars parked at an apartment complex in Jeonju, North Jeolla Province, Thursday. This was the first snow in Jeonju this winter. Yonhap

Jeonju's first snow. Yonhap

Snow falls in Daejeon on Wednesday night. / Yonhap

A woman bundles up in a warm coat and scarf in Gwanghwamun, central Seoul, Thursday morning. Korea Times photo by Ko Young-kwon
Snow fell Wednesday night and into Thursday in many parts of the country. Snow-capped trees stand along a mountain pass in Daegwallyeong, Gangwon Province. Nearly four centimeters of snow fell in Gangwon, with less in other areas. Yonhap

The overnight snowfall turned another mountain pass, Hangyeryeong, into a white wonderland. Yonhap

There was plenty of snow along the Hangyeryeong mountain pass Thursday morning. Yonhap
Snow-covered Hangyeryeong is awe-inspiring. Yonhap

Snow covers cars parked at an apartment complex in Jeonju, North Jeolla Province, Thursday. This was the first snow in Jeonju this winter. Yonhap

Jeonju's first snow. Yonhap

Snow falls in Daejeon on Wednesday night. / Yonhap

A woman bundles up in a warm coat and scarf in Gwanghwamun, central Seoul, Thursday morning. Korea Times photo by Ko Young-kwon
Park Si-soo pss@koreatimes.co.kr


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