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BUSAN, South Korea -- Snow clouds will continue to bring sporadic snow to Busan for three days, adding to the storm which saw Eastern Busan seeing the heaviest snowfall. Snow has continued sporadically continuing to this morning in eastern Busan, including Gijang and Haeundae. 

All roads are now open, except for a five kilometer-section of Hwangryeong Mountain Road, between Yeonje-gu Mulman-gol and Busan Jungang Church. 

The weather agency forecasted continued rain or snow continuing until tomorrow, February 13th. 

Source: Busan eFM News

More Snow May Hit the Southern Region


BUSAN, South Korea — Snow clouds will continue to bring sporadic snow to Busan for three days, adding to the storm which saw Eastern Busan seeing the heaviest snowfall. Snow has continued sporadically continuing to this morning in eastern Busan, including Gijang and Haeundae. 

All roads are now open, except for a five kilometer-section of Hwangryeong Mountain Road, between Yeonje-gu Mulman-gol and Busan Jungang Church. 

The weather agency forecasted continued rain or snow continuing until tomorrow, February 13th. 

Source: Busan eFM News


 

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