With over 10 million people, Seoul is the largest city in South Korea and the unquestioned economic, political and cultural hub of the country. By some measures, it is the second largest urban agglomeration on the planet, after Greater Tokyo. Founded in the 14th century, Seoul was the capital of Korea before its occupation by the Japanese and subsequent division following World War II. Since 1948, Seoul has been the capital of South Korea. Occupied twice during the Korean War by Communist forces, the city was extensively rebuilt and today is one of Asia's modern metropolises. With beautiful palaces, great food and a hopping nightlife, Seoul is a hectic way to experience the Asia of old and new. This location has been recognized and published by the “New York Times” as one of the “52 Places to Go in 2015.”
Enjoy vibrant Seoul, with this premium tour offering a glimpse into Korea's fascinating mixure of tradition and modernism.
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