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Cherry blossoms are expected to bloom about a week earlier in 2023.

Amid the once-cold weather in Busan and other parts of the country, the cherry blossom season is expected to accelerate as warm weather continues from the end of this month.

At the Gyeongnam Arboretum in Jinju, Gyeongsangnam-do, low-bies and revenge candles, called the herald of spring, burst into bloom on the 21st. Due to the temporary cold, the whole country is showing sub-zero weather in the morning, but the temperature is expected to rise to 10 degrees from the end of this month, and the warm weather is expected to continue.Cherry blossoms, the highlight of spring, are also expected to bloom earlier than usual.

According to the Korea Meteorological Administration, the first cherry blossoms of this year will be seen on Jeju Island on the 20th of next month, and cherry blossoms in Busan and Gyeongnam are expected to bloom on the 24th following Jeju. Cherry blossoms are also expected to bloom in central regions such as Daejeon and Seoul within a week.About a week after the cherry blossoms bloom, 80% of the buds are expected to bloom, the Korea Meteorological Administration predicted.

In particular, most festivals are expected to normalize this year, when social distancing measures that continued until mid-April last year were completely lifted. The obligation to wear a mask has also been lifted, so you can enjoy spring to your heart's content. The Jinhae Gunhang Festival, which was visited by many tourists every year, was confirmed to be held from March 25 to April 3.
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