South Korea’s history might not be as colourful as that of her neighbours, China and Japan, but nevertheless this mountainous, well-developed, high-tech country is interesting in its own way. Its economy is primarily built on the high-quality Korean products behind the brands of the some of the world’s largest corporations, such as Samsung, LG, Kia, Hyundai and Daewoo. The capital of the country is a true city of the future, a huge metropolis, where ancient temples and palaces coexist amongst futuristic skyscrapers, that are rarely seen in the western world. It is a place with comfort and civilisation, shopping and entertainment, food and nightlife, culture and tradition. Despite being a modern country, South Korea still remains a pretty conservative and nationalistic place. In addition to its indubitable economic success the country also suffers from a considerable number of social problems, some of which exist under the title of the “Four social evils of South Korea.”
Photo journals


Why most Asians wear face masks?

The ironic thing in China, where people smoke in metro, push in crowds, spit and pee on the street, burp and fart in restaurants, is that from time to time you come across people with cloth...

Likes0 Comments3 Minutes

Map & Top 6

All places in South Korea