Everthing about Korea

Half of the South Korean peninsula is playing a role of a window to the world. By this area window, Korea has maintained diplomatic relations with 170 other countries. Korea has maintained a profile to tourism named ” sparkling Korea” is gaining fame outstandingly in the world. It is gradually getting the attention of tourists all over the world. A truly wonderful culture, the new “Korea wave” flooded is now opening itself up to a large international audience to share with the world its modern and chic pop film and music cultures and modern technology is doing. Korea is home of top quality automobile brands, with its high-tech industrialized economy. Korea spots as 12 largest earning economy in the world. Samsung, LG, Huawei, and Kia are the most popular rands of Korea.

Geography

Soth Korea has a total area of 100,032.00km2 (38,622.57mi2). South kora lies at 37 00 127 30 E. Much of South Korea’s topography is mountainous, with 65% of the world’s land area is still covered by forests; that is why it has arboriculture programs. Only 30% are cultivable low-lying areas. An extinct volcano in Jeju, Halla-san is the highest point in this area. The sea of Japan is the lowest point of evaluation at 0 meters, while the highest point is 1950 meters (6,398 feet). Seoul is the notorious capital f south Korea. The area currently addresses environmental concerns, including air quality, acid rain, and deforestation due to industrialization.

Climate

South Korea’s climate can be described as a humid continental climate or a humid continental. As it is north, south Korea experiences severe winters and hot and humid summers. Summer is madly wet year-round in the rain from June to September. The average temperature of Seoul, Korea, is 29.5 degrees Celsius in August and -2.5 degrees Celsius in January.

People

The population of South Korea is 48,636,000, estimated by the US census bureau’s international database on March 19, 2010. Korea is also considered ethnically homogeneous, with 99.9% are Koreans and a small Chinese in the minority.

Language

The official language of the region is Korean (Hangul), which is the same as spoken in North Korea, as stable with a variety of dialects that the language is mutually understandable. South Korea is one of the most linguistically homogenous countries globally, with over 48 million speakers. Code-mixing and foreign terms are widely used in Korean sentences, and Hanja and Chinese spellings are rarely used. South Korean writing system is similar to North Korea, known as Hangul. It is also widely used in Japanese in this region.

English is taught as a second language from pre-school to University level education. But South Korea still needs to improve its English skills, and other English programs need to improve national competitiveness.

Religion

South Korea has multi religiosity, but 50% population does not have any defined religion; that is why it is an atheist country. Christianity is the most dominant religion with 49% followers, while Buddhism ranks second with 47% above. Other smaller religions are shamanism, Confucianism, and traditional chondogyo.

Attractions

The South Korean tourism industry prides itself in attracting UNESCO’s 8 cultural heritage sites, 20 national parks, eco-parks such as boson tea fields, Suncheon bay eco-parks in south Jeolla, numerous cities of unique interest, and features like bustling Busan or ancient Gyeongju, and natural wonder treasures. The following is the list of UNESCO’s heritage is cities:

In 1995

1.Blguska temple

2.Haeinsa Janggyeong Panjeon4 Jongmyo Shrine

3.Seokguram Grotto

In 1997

4.Suwon Hwa Seong fortress

5.Changdeokgung Palace Complex

In 2000

6.Gyeongju Historic areas 

7.Gochang, Hwasun and Ganghwa  Dimen Sites 

In the midst of all this, South Korea has an interesting treat for backpackers who travel less by road in its charming countryside, which is a little more embarrassing than the tourist crowd. Have a great suggestion, be the first to discover what has not happened before because there is definitely something to uncover. Of course, the national Ecological Institute’s aquarium Project is no secret, but it requires…..

Food

the full enjoyment f a typical south Korean meal or pekpan be found in rice (an important) soup, meat, vegetables, and a variety of side dishes, of which you surely expect Kimchi. The side dishes in each meal are explained by the simple principle of “Harmony and balance”. Adding food and spices is necessary for personal satisfaction. The cholla-do area is famous for its delicacies, while the crowd’s favorite BULGOGI remains.

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