Cities

 

  •   Seoul

     

      Seoul, the capital city of

      the Republic of Korea

  •   Busan

     

      Busan is the second largest

      city in Korea.

  •   Daegu

     

      The City of Daegu is

      currently well developed

  •   Incheon

     

      A gateway to Northeast Asia

       that holds both

  •   Daejeon

     

      The city's name comes from the

      Large (dae) and Tin (jeon)

  •   Gwangju

     

     It's located in between a mountainous

      area and a plains area in the west

  •   Ulsan

     

      Ulsan is the first city to

      experience the daily sunrise

  • Seoul

    Located to the west of the central region of the Korean Peninsula, Seoul, the capital city of the Republic of Korea, has been the center of the country in its long history from the prehistoric era to the present day.?Now in its 600th year of official history, Seoul is a city where Korea’s traditional and modern cultures coexist. Geographically, it is an extraordinary example of good location, as mountains, rivers and urban spaces all combine to produce a picture-perfect city.

    Website : http://english.seoul.go.kr/

  • Busan

    Busan is the second largest city in Korea. Its deep harbor and gentle tides have allowed it to grow into the largest container handling port in the country and the fifth largest in the world. The city's natural endowments and rich history have resulted in Busan's increasing reputation as a world class city of tourism and culture, and it is also becoming renowned as an international convention destination.

    Website : http://english.busan.go.kr/

  • Daegu

    The City of Daegu is currently well developed in such industries as fashion and textile, machinery and optical products. In addition, our city has promoted the industries of IT, BT and NT as well as international facilities for convention and exhibition. Above all, the City of Daegu is oriented toward a sustainable city as to insure a high quality of human life by restoring and preserving its natural environment.

    Website : http://english.daegu.go.kr/

  • Incheon

    A gateway to Northeast Asia that holds both an international port and an international airport, Incheon is located in the mid-west of the Korea peninsula, abutting the Yellow Sea.Located 28 km from the nation’s capital, Seoul, Incheon lies at 126° 37´ east longitude and 37°28´ north latitude, the same latitude as San Francisco, Washington, Madrid, and Teheran.

    Website:http://www.incheon.go.kr/icweb/html/web39/039.html

  • Daejeon

    The city's name comes from the Chinese characters 大(dae) and 田(jeon), which means “great field” Daejeon is the fifth largest city in Korea after Seoul, Busan, Daegu, and Incheon with a population of approximately 1.5 million people on an area of 540㎢. Daejeon serves as a hub of transportation. Major expressways and railways connecting the country from the north to south converge in Daejeon. With this wonderful transportation network, it is possible to travel to anywhere in the country within half a day from Daejeon.

    Website : http://www.daejeon.go.kr/language/english/

  • Gwangju

    Gwangju is located in between a mountainous area in the east and a plains area in the west .The city is regarded as one of the best places for agriculture due to its fertile alluvial plains which were created by years of soil accumulation. It has played a central role in facilitating interchanges between those living in the mountainous area and others in the plains region. Gwangju has also been a hub of administration, culture and the military.

    Website : http://english.gjcity.go.kr/


  • Ulsan

    Ulsan is the first city in the Korean Peninsula to experience the daily sunrise; it is home to picturesque mountains, clean rivers and the deep blue East Sea. Over the past 40 years, Ulsan has pursued vigorous sustainable development focusing on both economic development and environmental preservation.

    Website : http://english.ulsan.go.kr