Seo-gu is engaging in exchanges and cooperation with cities with excellent development potential.
In the era of globalization, Seo-gu will further strengthen its international relations and emerge a global city.
The Taebaek Mountain Range stretches extensively from the south to the north to the west of the city, which borders the East Sea on the east. So, the climate is similar to those of oceanic climate. The steep slopes of the mountain range are bound by the sea and form a long, narrow shape along the coastline.
Due to these geographical features, the winter is relatively warmer and summer is cooler than other areas along the same latitude, and the annual temperature range is not very large. Prolonged presence of northeast air current in some cases results in heavy snowfalls in winter and frequent heavy rainfalls and low temperatures in summer. A wildfire in winter or spring spreads quickly and widely due to strong winds.
The average annual temperature is 13.4℃, which is relatively higher than other areas in Yeongseo. The average annual rainfall is 1,400 mm in northern part of Yeongdong and 1,200 mm in southern Yeongdong.
Damyang, a clean ecological city with a bamboo forest, where there are lush trees, clean water, and fresh air
Boasts a splendid natural environment with Jungnogwon (bamboo forest) and a metasequoia-lined street as well as rich cultural heritage that can be seen at Soswaewon Garden, Sikyeongjeong Pavilion, and Geumseongsanseong Fortress
A major producer of eco-friendly agricultural and livestock products such as strawberries, tomatoes, melons, rice, and hanwoo (Korean beef) cultivated and raised with clear water from the Damyang Lake
An eco-high-tech agro-industrial complex taking advantage of the convenient road networks and geographical conditions, being near a metropolitan city
Wenling located in Zhejiang, China is famous as the place where the sun first emerged from the horizons in mainland China in the new millennium.
Located on the southeast coast of Zhejiang, it borders the sea on three sides, and it is a port city with 170 islands and a coastline stretching for 317 km.
It only takes about 2 hours to get to Hangzhou and less than 4 hours to Shanghai by high-speed rail.
The ratio of the primary, secondary, and tertiary industries is 7.2, 44.2, and 48.6, and it is called the “land of fish and rice.”
Located 671 km from the capital, Ulaanbaatar
Khuvsgul It is famous for Lake Khövsgöl.
Dubbed the Switzerland of Mongolia, Khuvsgul consists of small settlements of people who raise reindeer around the forest.
It has boundless development potential with vast lands and abundant underground resources such as gold, coal, and graphite.
As for the climate, the diurnal temperature range is quite large.
In July, the hottest month of the year, the temperature ranges from 15°C to 20°C, and it can even reach up to 34°C.
In January, the coldest month of the year, the temperature ranges from -24°C to -49°C, and sometimes drops between -49°C and -52°C.
Annual precipitation is about 300 to 400mm in the north and 200 to 300mm in the south.