South Korea Overview
Now a major destination for business and pleasure in East Asia, the Republic of Korea is fast becoming one of the most exciting and sought after destinations on the continent. Korean tourism has exploded, with over 12 million visitors flocking to the peninsula in 2013, and is now the 20th most visited country in the world.
Whilst the bustling capital city of Seoul may promote the nation’s grandeur with an eye-dazzling skyline, booming economy and vibrant nightlife, South Korea’s prime tourist lure has been the long-standing beauty of its parks and jaw-dropping natural landmarks. The rocky mountains of Jirisan to the south and Seoraksan to the east make these national parks must-visits for anyone looking to appreciate the sheer natural wonders of the world.
Arguably South Korea’s greatest attraction lies offshore in the small semi-tropical island of Jeju City that floats on the southern tip of the country. Its central feature is Hallasan which is not only the tallest mountain in South Korea, but also a dormant volcano where visitors can access a volcanic lake that was formed over 25,000 years ago. Brimming with swanky hotels, classy resorts and romantic holiday couples, Jeju has created an atmosphere of world-class hospitality on the backdrop of one of South Korea’s most treasured landmarks.
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