50 years ago the city had bomb shelters scattered all over. Today, Seoul is the 10th largest economy in the world, with its home-grown electronics and automobile brands like Samsung, LG, Hyundai, and Kia steadily increasing in its popularity internationally– giving the Japanese a run for their money farmacias que venden viagra sin receta.
Aside from the local Korean brands, Korean food has also made its way into dominating the world’s food market as an increasing number of its local delicacies have garnered world fame while Korean restaurants steadily grow in number internationally. And what better way to experience all things Korean than heading down to the heart and soul of the Korean economy– the city of Seoul.
The city of Seoul prides itself in having the best airport in the world. The Airports Council International has awarded the title to the Korean airport for its unparalleled efficiency and its state-of-the-art facilities which include a golf course and a skating rink.
While in Seoul, the best way to enjoy your time is by doing a lot of shopping and experiencing the city’s best-tasting Korean foods located at most of the city’s countless shopping centers, and then heading down to the Boryeong Mud Festival– a tradition started by the locals in 1998 to promote the therapeutic properties of the local mud.
Any K-Pop fan should never miss out on a visit to the famed Namsan Tower and declare eternal love by leaving a message on a padlock attached to the gates of the tower, before throwing away the key to symbolize everlasting love.