Jeju Island Travel Guide
When to Go
Peak Season: May to September
Though it's the wettest time of year, the temperature hovers comfortably around 75°F. Huge crowds visit during these months so be sure to book ahead.
Off Season: December to April
The winter season on Jeju is milder than the mainland, but not by much. Expect freezing temperatures and the occasional snow storm. Be aware that some hotels and attractions close down in the winter.
Shoulder Season: October to November
Autumn is the driest season on this wet little island. The weather is still favorable, the crowds minimal, and the prices are low.