Things to know about South Korea

August 06 [Tue], 2013, 5:34
South Korea is a strange world apart, based on the ambivalence of stark contrasts between the advancing technology and traditions that, too, maintain their strong roots in the ancient past. The result is hyper avant-garde city as the future World Design Capital 2010, Seoul, and villages of mud and earth with age-old temples as a backdrop, a step by skyscrapers and tall towers. The Corean Village, spread a little 'everywhere in the main towns of the country, are evidence of a strong presence of the Koreans to their tradition, which is also reflected in the cult of gastronomy (you eat Korean, not Chinese or Japanese), the language and writing for which incidentally is the same of food: not Chinese or Japanese, but Korean.

National identity is very strong in a country that has undergone many rulers throughout history and that, at present, continues to distinguish itself from North Korea in the form of government. Still little known to tourism, this destination reserves perhaps the biggest surprises its appearance "immaterial" of its assets, made up of an ancient culture with a strong influence of Confucianism to put the basic values ​​of social ethics based on respect and the harmony of human relations. The material heritage is no exception, and it takes the many South Korean sites included in the list of World Heritage Sites to ensure this. Added to this is the great variety of landscapes and lush vegetation that once you leave the capital Seoul, is expressed in the best of ways including national parks and beautiful tea fields.

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