Another round of heavy snowfall is forecast in South Korea tonight, lasting through Monday afternoon.
The capital and the surrounding region can expect up to 10 centimeters.
So if you'll be on the road, expect some traffic.
A heavy snowfall watch has been announced for the border islands in the West Sea.
The Korea Meteorological agency says the snow will gradually move east, inland.
Most parts of the nation are expected to get from 3 to 10 centimeters.
And the in the western part of Gangwon-do Province, the snow is expected to be especially heavy Sunday night at up to 15 centimeters.