Temple in Korea

Korea offers a wonderful combination of culture and contemporary life and the country is well worth a visit for business or for pleasure.

Fly into the South Korean capital of Seoul Incheon ICN and visit Seoul - one of the most technological advanced cities in the world, or alternatively, travel into Gimpo GMP at Seoul's South Western end. Korea flights can be accessed from many countries and major cities around the world.

Korea offers the opportunity to dive into a unique and vibrant culture. The country boasts Buddhist temples and national parks, with huge range of geological landscapes available for your delectation. Visit everything from sandy beaches to mountains, lakes and national parks on your travels for some of the world's most sensational and breathtaking sights. Remember; South Korea and North Korea remain divided by the DMZ militarised zone the most heavily fortified border in the world.

There are so many things to see and do in Korea. Daedu, for example is the forth largest Korean city and has a population of over 2.5 million and is the political, economical and cultural centre of the Yeongnam region.

Suwon City is around 30 km to the South of Seoul and is the only walled city left in South Korea, so it is well worth a visit. If you are seeking culture, try Busan, which is a city packed full of site of historical significance.

While you are in South Korea, you have the option to see a huge variety of different areas and locations. Take for example, the ancient fortresses and palaces that herald eras gone by. For outstanding natural beauty, take a trip to the UNESCO protected Seoraksan National park, which is internationally recognised for the rare species found therein. Fauna and flora in the area are bountiful, including the Korea goral and the Musk deer, as well as 1,400 rare plant species, such as the Edelweiss.

Dobbong Mountain, Korea

Also worth a visit is the city of Gyeongju a coastal city 370 km South East of Seoul which was once the ancient capital of the kingdom of Silla. Jejudo island is a cultural and environmental wonder, which was created by volcanic eruptions 2 million years ago.

When travelling from airport to your destination there are a variety of options. Incheon International Airport ICN and Gimpo airport are connected to each other and the rest of the city by the high speed A'Rex train. You can also travel by bus to your destination. Buses from both airports are plentiful and announcements are made in both Korean and English. Alternatively your option is a taxi, but these can be quite expensive.

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