The Korean Peninsula, located in Northeast Asia and is bordered north by both Russia and China. The Peninsula extends outwards southeast ward towards Japan.
Korea has four seasons as does the United States. In late March spring begins with rainfall at times in a light drizzle until May, The summer is hot, rainy, and humid. The monsoon season begins in late June with the heaviest rain being in July. Autumn is from the end of September to November with dry weather as air blows from the north. The autumn leaves are beautiful. The winter weather is cold with some rain or snow
Like its neighbor Japan it has very rugged features and only a limited portion of the Korean Peninsula can be farmed.
Because of Koreas natural barriers it is somewhat isolated from its neighbors.