This study examined the changes in plant phenology of 12 woody species in Daegu University Forest, Gyeongsan-si, Gyeongsanbuk-do in 2007 and 2018. The Hobo was installed at a height of 1.2 meters to measure the microclimate such as air temperature and relative humidity to identify its effects on the changes in plant phenology. The number of trees surveyed were 42 individuals that included 12 species in 9 families, all of which are deciduous broad-leaved trees. The trends in temperature change in 2018 were similar to that in 2007, except for the temperatures in the warmest and coldest month. Compared to 2007, the average temperature of the warmest month in 2018 was 2.5℃ higher, and the coldest month was 3.3℃ lower. The lowest temperature from February to April in 2018 had the highest correlation with the blooming dates of the trees (r = 0.692) in 2018, and the highest temperature showed the lowest correlation (r = 0.392). The blooming date by species was significantly different (p < 0.05). The blooming date of 8 species (75%), including Prunus padus, was earlier by 1 to 16 days, while 4 species, such as Prunus armeniaca var. ansu, was later by 1 to 7 days in 2018 than that in 2007. However, the flowering duration did not have a significant effect on the plant phenology. The results can be used as basic data for long-term monitoring of plant phenology in the future, and follow-up studies on other environmental factors and physiological factors are needed.