Korea is located in the North-East Asia. It is bordered  by  the  Amnok   River   (Yalu River)  to  the  northwest, separating Korea from China, and the Duman River (Tumern River) to the  northeast  which  separates  Korea from both China and Russia. Because of its unique geographical location, this makes Korea very viable piece of land and an international hub of Asia. Located at a major crossroads of Northeast Asia, it has also achieved the 'Miracle of the Han River'.

Seoul has been the capital of Korea for about 600 years.  Places  of  interest  are   ancient palaces and Royal Shrines of the Joseon Dynasty, as well as Seoul world Cup Stadium, 63 CITY bilding, Lotte World,  Han River, Namsan, Bukhansan Mountain National  Park,  Daehangno,  Insa-dong,  Itaewon,  Myeong-dong,  Apgujeong, Namdaemun and Dongdaemun Markets.

Situated on the most south-eastern portion of  Korea  peninsula,  Busan  is  Korea's  second  largest  city and number one trading port. Sighting in Busan  can  typically  be classified into two groups: seashore and interior land sighting. Seashore sightseeing includes such  sights  as  the  beach  areas,  islands  and  Hae  Ahn Park. While interior land sightseeing includes  such  sights  as downtown Busan, historical ruins and sites, Dongnae Shrine, Busan World Cup Stadium and Bexco Exhibition and Convention Center.