The buzzing capital city of South Korea offers a captivating mix of ancient and modern
Established by the founder of Joseon Dynasty in 1392, Seoul, the capital of the Republic of Korea has a population of more than 12 million people and is home to over half of all South Koreans. Seoul is a city of incredible contrasts which, despite its immense size, make it one of the most fascinating cities in the world. In Seoul, the ancient and modern co-exist in perfect harmony, with ancient Buddhist Temples and futuristic skyscrapers both part of Seoul’s culture. Seoul is home to a total of five UNESCO World Heritage Sites including the famous Changdeok Palace.