South Korea offers everything a traveler could want in a destination. The elusive, exotic land of South Korea beckons every traveler and backpacker to experience its many wonders.
It has a long and fascinating history, a wonderful culture, amazing food, friendly people, and an excellent tourism infrastructure.
South Korea offer an incredibly great scope for explorations of forgotten natural sites and metropolitan enjoyments. The stark contrasts of colourful landscapes
where you can slow down and enjoy the atmosphere that are captivate the minds of all.
Welcome to Seoul, the capital of the Republic of South Korea.
For decades the city known as The Miracle of The Han, kept its head down, barely raising a ripple as the country rebuilt in the decades following the Korean War.
Today, Seoul has re-emerged as an economic powerhouse and the epicentre of Hallyu, a Korean wave of culture that is sweeping the world’s smartphones, food halls and dance floors. But Seoul wasn’t always so outgoing.
South Korea’s largest port and second-largest city spreads out along the jagged coastline of the Yeongnam Region. Busan rises into a sea of mountains beyond.
From the shellfish which drew Paleolithic gatherers to its rugged shores, to the never-ending offerings of Jagalchi Fish Market,
…from the Joseon ships of old, to the dockyards which helped drive South Korea’s economic miracle. Busan has forever been linked to the ocean.