Historical Heritage of Seoul

Seoul, the capital of the Republic of Korea, is itself an important part of Korea’s cultural heritage and the most popular attraction among overseas visitors to Korea. Although it is now one of the very largest modern metropolises in the world, its downtown area is enclosed by historic walls that were originally built over 600…

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Gongsanseong Fortress (공주 공산성)

Address :   280, Ungjin-ro, Gongju-si, Chungcheongnam-do (Sanseong-dong, Geumseong-dong, Ongnyong-dong)
Phone: +82-41-856-0332
Time: 09:00-18:00.Closed on Lunar New Year’s day and Chuseok (the 15th of August by the lunar calendar)
Admission Fee : 1,200 won for adults, 800 won for students and 600 won for children

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Dramas and Movies

Dramas and Movies While music and dance play an integral role in all traditional theatrical performances, Korean drama has its origins in prehistoric religious rites. A good example of this classical theatrical form is the masked dance Sandaenori, a combination of dance, song and narrative punctuated with satire and humor. Slightly varying from one region…

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Medical Facilities

 Medical Facilities Hospitals: Clinics and General Hospitals There are two kinds of medical institutions in Korea. Primary health care organizations include neighborhood clinics, public health centers and small hospitals for common ailments such as the flu and digestion-related conditions. Specialized or university hospitals (general hospitals) are secondary care organizations that attend to more severe conditions…

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Foreign Embassies in Korea

Embassies of Various Countries are Here to Help You.
Embassies are there to assist tourists from their respective countries regarding a variety of issues ranging from passport and visa issues to marriage to criminal matters.
The embassies in Korea are here to help…

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