'Everything is unique here', is what tourist who have been to South Korea have to say about this little country. It is probably the least promoted tourist destination in Asia, but one which deserves a lot more appreciation and admiration than what it has. Often referred to as 'Land of Morning Calm',
South Korea clearly represents a culture of its own.
Nestling in the Southeastern part of Asia, South Korea shares a border with China in the west, Japan to the east and North Korea in the north. It covers a total area of 100,032 km2 which encompasses everything from shimmering golden beaches to head held high mountains.
There are many who think culture and ambiance in South Korea is lot like in neighbors China and Japan; they could not have got it more wrong. Walk the streets of South Korea and you will know that South Korea is a world of its own, sometimes giving a feel that it consciously cut itself off from rest of the world to let its culture grow uninfluenced. The people too are very friendly and their heart warming welcoming ways work as a remedy to all worries
South Korea does not boast of engineering marvels or modern attractions; but of traditional buildings, aesthetic cultural villages and loads of scenic destinations. Come to South Korea to engage yourself in some culture exploration and some soul searching; and of course visual treats.
Seoul is the capital and the largest city in South Korea. It is the largest city in Southeast Asia the third most populous metropolitan in the world after Tokyo and New York. It is a city that is caught between modernization and heritage and probably enjoying the stranded position. The main attraction of Seoul are Gyeongbok-gung, Changdeok-gung and Tapgol Park. Also visit other important cities of South Korea like Busan, Daegu, and Incheon. [-]