Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Fact of the Day: Korean Winter

The Korean Peninsula often sees many cold winters especially the northern parts which are so close to Siberia. It has gotten temperatures as low as -46.5 degrees Fahrenheit (-43.6C) before.

18 comments:

  1. So glad I live where I do :). Our winters are a walk in the park in comparison.

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  2. Now that would indeed be very cold.

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  3. Whoa! I should remember this come winter....

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  4. I did not know it was such a cold place.

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  5. I don´t know the correspondence between Farenheit and Centigrades but I guess they must suffer very cold winters because they are so close to the Artic. Kisses:)

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  6. Yes, Adam, a famous freezer




    ALOHA from Honolulu
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    =^..^=

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  7. How dreadful to live in a place that cold with so little electricity. I recently saw a picture of North Korea from orbit and the country at night is completely dark.

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  8. i didn't know it was such a cold place!

    Alessia

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  9. poor Koreans. that is really cold. We had up to -30, or more in some mountainous regions

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  10. I knew it got cold there but not THAT cold. brrrr

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  11. Very cold ! It is not for me !! :)

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  12. Yikes! I would sure hate to live there!

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