Now we turn to our Michelle Park at the weather center for the latest updates. Michelle, the weather has warmed up but it's dusty -- hope it doesn't last through the Seollal holiday weekend.
Daniel, except for the far southern regions of the country, the air quality looks very bad. Until tomorrow morning, we'll have high concentrations of dust in the air, which will fade in the afternoon. Stay updated on the dust levels so that you can avoid it during your 4-day Seollal holiday.
Tomorrow, Seoul will start the day at minus 5 degrees Celsius. Daegu and Busan will be warmer at minus 2 and 4 degrees, respectively.
The daily highs will be relatively mild, too. Seoul peaks at 3 degrees. Gwangju and Busan rise to 8 and 10 degrees.
We'll be under partly cloudy skies during the Korean New Year holiday. The temperature will remain at norms or even higher, so you won't have to worry about the serious cold we've been seeing. But the weather is very dry, so be extra careful with any source of fire.
Likewise for PyeongChang, the temperature will be milder than today, but strong winds are expected.
I'll leave you with the weather conditions around the world.