Weather in Hyeopjae Beach, Jeju Island, South Korea in February

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Visiting Hyeopjae Beach, Jeju Island, South Korea in February

Sea temperatures are a cold 15°C (60°F). February is too cold for swimming in Hyeopjae Beach for any length of time, unless you have a wetsuit.

February is still cold and windy, with the chance of snowfall decreasing. Swimming and sunbathing are not recommended during this month. Water sports like snorkeling, diving, and surfing may be possible for experienced individuals with proper gear, but it's not the ideal time for these activities. Also consider one of our other suggestions for February.

Can you swim in Hyeopjae Beach in February?

No, February is too cold for swimming in Hyeopjae Beach for any length of time, with the sea water at 15°C (60°F), unless you have a wetsuit.

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How sunny is Hyeopjae Beach in February?

The average day light hours per day in Hyeopjae Beach in February are 11. The sunshine percentage is 46% making it quite sunny but with regular periods of cloudy and overcast skies. There are 5.1 hours of sunshine per day.

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Crowds in Hyeopjae Beach in February

February is still cold, with temperatures ranging from 1°C to 7°C. The beach remains less crowded, and there are no significant public holidays or events in February. However, the Lunar New Year, also known as Seollal, may fall in February, which may lead to a slight increase in visitors, but not enough to make the beach crowded.

Sunshine in Hyeopjae Beach in February

During February the average day light hours are 11 per day in Hyeopjae Beach. The sunshine percentage is 46% making it quite sunny but with regular periods of cloudy and overcast skies. There are 5.1 hours of sunshine per day.

The ultraviolet index in Hyeopjae Beach in February is typically 4.6 during February. An ultraviolet index reading of 3 to 5 indicates there is a moderate risk of harm from unprotected sun exposure. Keep out of the sun during the strongest hours around midday when unprotected skin risks burning in less than 30 minutes. For the sensitive wear protective clothing, a wide-brimmed hat, and UV-blocking sunglasses. Generously apply broad spectrum SPF 30+ sunscreen every 2 hours, even on cloudy days, and after swimming or sweating. Tanning for hours is possible with the right application of sun cream. Watch out for relections from water that may increase ultraviolet exposure.

Sea Temperature in Hyeopjae Beach in February

The average sea water temperature in Hyeopjae Beach in February is 15.4°C (59.7°F) which is cold for swimming, a full wet suit is required to spend any length of time in the sea.