This is not strictly Jeju Olle Trail news, however, a number of international walkers do include a hike up South Korea’s tallest peak while on the island.
A light frost and ice was recorded up at Witsae Oreum (1,668m – Yeongsil, Eorimok, Donnaeko courses which are all non-summit routes) and Jindalbat Shelters (1,489m – final shelter on Seongpanak summit route).
This frost and ice is 11 days earlier than 2017.
Morning temperature lows of -3 °C and -3.7°C were recorded at Witsae Oreum and Jindalbat Shelter respectively.
There should be a high of 20 Celsius on Jeju with some rain and cloud cover all day until the evening. Winds will be around light air in the morning. Up to gentle breezes later. All blowing west or north-west. Overnight things should clear up.
We are expecting a high of 23 Celsius with clear sky to incoming clouds. Light air to calm wind conditions (rare!) will be with us through the day. Rain is expected from the evening and will continue overnight until tomorrow afternoon. Please check the forecast in detail in English through this link: http://web.kma.go.kr/eng/index.jsp
Air pollution conditions are MODERATE TO UNHEALTHY FOR SENSITIVE GROUPS(full chart)
We are looking at a high of 23 Celsius with clear sky to little cloud. A gentle breeze will blow north-east. In the afternoon the wind will get weaker. Light air will blow west. Overnight into Tuesday morning the gentle breezes blowing west return with some cloud in the sky.