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Country of the Week: South Korea

Well known for its influence of K-pop and K-drama, South Korea is one Asian travel destination that has exploded in recent times. With emphasis on the modern age while still retaining its traditional roots and practices, learn more about the charming facts you can discover from this media darling of a country. Other title(s): Republic of Korea, Taehan Min’guk
Continent: Asia
Capital: Seoul
Most populous city:Seoul
Current political leader: President: Moon Jae-In, assisted by Prime Minister: Lee Nak-Yon
Currency: (South Korean) Won (W)
Language(s): Korean
Major Religion(s): Christianity (Roman Catholic)
National Costume: Hanbok
Famous landmarks: Gyeongbokgung Palace, Myeong-dong, Bukcheon Hanok Village, Gwanghwamun Square, Changdeokgung, N Seoul Tower, Namdaemun Market, Lotte World, Jogyesa Temple
National Symbol: Coat of arms: taeguk symbol on top of a five-petal flower bordered with the name of the c…

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