South Korea, the Land of Morning Calm, is a beautiful peninsula littered with palaces, temples, pagodas, fortresses, forests, hills and rivers. The mountainous interior boasts several dozen national parks, whilst the exceptional coastline is dotted with over three thousand islands, most of which are uninhabited. Home to a number of World Heritage Sites including the unique Manjanggul Cave and the exquisite Bulguska Temple, the country is a beguiling mix of ancient traditions, colourful markets and modern culture, all set against a backdrop of friendly and welcoming nationals. Bukhansan National Park, although small at 80 sq. km, is the world’s most visited national park due its proximity to Seoul – the world’s most populated city. Also not to be missed is Jeju Island’s beautiful coastal scenery, wildlife and inactive volcanoes.
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