Temperatures across the country are forecast to rise on Monday afternoon after highs reaching 15 degrees Celsius to 20 degrees this weekend.
The Korea Meteorological Administration said warm westerly winds will start to affect the country from Monday, causing temperatures to rise another five to six degrees Celsius than on average. "It will be a good week to go outdoors with warm temperatures and clear skies across the country," a KMA weatherman said.
Most of the country with the exception of the east coast will see temperatures rise with calm breezes from the middle of this week.
Morning lows are expected to hover between 1 and 9 degrees Celsius in central parts starting Thursday.