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Overview of Seoul


Overview of Seoul

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  • Seoul, an International Metropolis

    Seoul, the capital of the Republic of Korea in far East Asia, is the main gateway to and logistics hub of Northeast Asia, whose production accounts for on third of the world’s total output. The city is ideally situated for day-long business trips, as there are 51 megacities with a population of more than one billion within a 3-4 hour flight. The capital of the Baekje and Joseon dynasties, as well as the Korean Empire, Seoul boasts a proud and rich 2,000-year history. It hosted the 1986 Asian Games, the 1988 summer Olympic Games and the 2002 World Cup.

  • Seoul, an International Metropolis

    Seoul Republic of Korea

     

     

     

    Area 605 ㎢ 100,032 ㎢

     

     

     

    Population 9,860,372(2015) 50,801,405(2015)

     

     

     

    Language Korean

     

     

     

    Currency Won (USD1 〓 1,092 won, average exchange rate 2014)

    Source : KOSIS(Korea Statistical Information Service)

  • Seoul, an International Metropolis

    Seoul, the capital of the Republic of Korea in far East Asia, is the main gateway to and logistics hub of Northeast Asia, whose production accounts for on third of the world’s total output. The city is ideally situated for day-long business trips, as there are 51 megacities with a population of more than one billion within a 3-4 hour flight. The capital of the Baekje and Joseon dynasties, as well as the Korean Empire, Seoul boasts a proud and rich 2,000-year history. It hosted the 1986 Asian Games, the 1988 summer Olympic Games and the 2002 World Cup.

  • Seoul, an International Metropolis

    Seoul Republic of Korea

     

     

     

    Area 605 ㎢ 100,032 ㎢

     

     

     

    Population 9,860,372(2015) 50,801,405(2015)

     

     

     

    Language Korean

     

     

     

    Currency Won (USD1 〓 1,092 won, average exchange rate 2014)

    Source : KOSIS(Korea Statistical Information Service)