Seoul Travel Guide

Seoul

According to DigoPaul, Seoul is the capital of South Korea, and with its almost 10 million inhabitants, it is also the country’s largest city. It is a historic city with a location in northwestern South Korea, with close proximity to the country’s coastline. The only country that South Korea borders is North Korea, and consequently you can only get to South Korea by boat or plane. But unlike its neighbors…

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South Korea Arts and Literature

South Korea Arts and Literature

Film The Korean film had its first success in 1946 with Choi In Kyu’s “Jayu-manse” (“Hurray for Freedom”), a film about a resistance group at war against the Japanese occupying power. The Korean War almost wiped out the young film industry, and during the fighting, only 5-6 films a year were produced in the South Korean cities of Busan and Taegu. However, following the standstill agreement in 1953, the supply…

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South Korea Sightseeing Places

South Korea Landmarks

South korea climate South Korea is in the temperate climate zone, but in winter the country has the lowest temperatures in these latitudes. The year is divided into four different seasons (exceptions are some subtropical valleys and regions over 1,700 m high on the southern coast of Jejudo): The mild and relatively sunny spring begins at the end of March / beginning of April. During this time, winds often transport…

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