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South Korea (officially The Republic of Korea) is located in Eastern Asia, with a population of 50 million. Bordered by North Korea and Japan, South Korea has four distinct seasons and offers tourists plenty to see. Beautiful natural landscapes, rivers, mountains, ancient villages, architecture and royal palaces are just some of the many highlights. Known for its history, food, technology and culture, Korea is fast becoming a tourist delight for travellers to Asia.
Seoul is surprising and enlightening. The South Korean capital city has become a bustling, urban and industrialised centre for the 10 million or so people calling it home. Situated on the banks of the Hangang River, Seoul is full of attractions both natural and historical. The city’s nightlife and cuisine are highly favoured and it's easy to enjoy the modern city and its developments, while also celebrating the city’s rich history.
Gyeongju is a popular coastal city attracting about 9 million visitors annually. A major cultural and historical destination, Gyeongju was once the capital of the ancient Silla kingdom.
Jeju Island is a beautiful destination for honeymooners and couples located off the South Korean Coast.