Summer in Seoul, Korea, is typically hot, humid, and fairly rainy. The mercury usually hovers around the 30° celsius, with average lows as high as 22°. Typical Seoul summer weather is a mixture of heat and humidity, and as the season progresses so too the chance of rain increases. In June you can expect just six days with rainfall, but July and August are among the wettest months of the year. Still, even if the weather is hot and the afternoons rainy, there are ample things to do in Seoul in summer. It’s a good time to tick off unique things to do in Seoul, like the subway markets, quirky cafes, and restaurants serving traditional cuisine. But there are also several remarkable Seoul summer events that make a visit in June, July and August a great time to visit.