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South Korea Information

Travel and Local Information Guide

South Korea is the fourth largest economy in Asian and attracts a large number of tourists every year. Though the economy is predominantly export driven, tourism is also a highlight in this country; and one of the main reasons why tourism has flourished here is that South Korea is able to cater to a diverse set of visitors who wish to learn more about its history and culture; enjoy its scenic beauty, winter sports and other outdoor activities; take part in festivals; enjoy the cuisine and the vibrant nightlife; or even splurge out on shopping trips.

Moreover, South Korea has an extensive and well-connected transportation network that enables visitors to travel around easily thereby allowing them to make the most of their trips.

In order to help you further with the planning of your visit, here are some tips:

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Busan Information

Busan Information

Home to more than three-and-a-half million people, Busan is the second largest city and sea port of South Korea – making Read More...

Daegu Information

Daegu Information

Daegu is the third largest city in Korea and attracts a number of tourists every year with its historic tourist sites, Read More...

Gyeongju Information

Gyeongju Information

Gyeongju is one of Korea’s must-visit tourist destinations that is home to a myriad of historic and cultural sites, Read More...

Jeju Information

Jeju Information

Formerly known as the Cheju Island, Jeju is one of the most popular tourist spots in South Korea. The place gathers a Read More...

Seoul Information

Seoul Information

Seoul, the capital of South Korea has been the centre of Korean culture since time immemorial. Seoul became the capital Read More...

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