Republic of Korea

 

South Korea is an extraordinary country filled with beautiful beaches, thriving cities, ancient temples, remarkable natural scenery and most importantly, friendly people with ancient history. South Korea has come a long way since the Korean War which ended in 1953. Almost all of South Korea was completely levelled during the war which is hard to imagine if you have seen Korea recently.

Korea’s dense urban centers, developed parks and recreation facilities, high tech infrastructure and ultra modern public transportation systems are just some of the things that have made Korea a recognized hotspot for international business and travel. Seoul Olympic Park, located in the capital city of Seoul, preserves the spirit of the 1988 Summer Olympics and is open all day providing multipurpose areas for sports, leisure and a variety of cultural activities.

To this day, South Korea remains one of the world’s most ethnically homogenous countries. It is believed that the people of South Korea are direct descendants of several migratory Mongol tribes who ventured into the Korean Peninsula about a half million years ago. Today South Korea is home to approximately 49 million people making it one of the most densely populated countries in the world. South Korea currently maintains diplomatic relationships with over 170 different nations.

South Korea

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Quick Facts

  • Capital: Seoul
  • Official Languages: Korean
  • Population: 50,617,045
  • Total Area: 100,210 sq km
  • Currency: South Korean Won (₩)
  • GDP: $1.435 trillion
  • Drives on the: Right

South Korea

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Quick Facts

  • Capital: Seoul
  • Official Languages: Korean
  • Population: 50,617,045
  • Total Area: 100,210 sq km
  • Currency: South Korean Won (₩)
  • GDP: $1.853 trillion
  • Drives on the: Right

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