Tour Through Korea

Following up on our visit to Japan last week, we now move on to the neighbouring country of Korea. Divided  in 1948 into a communist North Korea and democratic South Korea, the two Korean regimes can boast, possibly, the most fortified border in the world. For many obvious reasons, these two countries present very contrasting systems. Check out our gallery.

From Mountain to Sea – Sokcho, Gangwon-Do, South Korea / Photo: mendhak

Dongbaek Park – Busan, South Korea / Photo: Giuseppe Milo

Sea of light – Night view of Seoul as seen from the Seoul Tower / Photo: A. Omer Karamollaoglu

Jeongwol Daeboreum – traditional holidays, Namsangol Hanok Village, Seoul, South Korea / Photo: Republic of Korea

Port City Busan, South Korea / Photo: xiquinhosilva

Deoksugung Palace, Seoul, South Korea / Photo: Kimmo Räisänen

Traditional Martial Arts Performance & Experience at Namsangol, South Korea / Photo: travel oriented

Pyongyang Metro, North Korea / Photo: (stephan)

Pyongyang Sunrise, North Korea / Photo: Shih Tung Ngiam

Pyongyang, North Korea / Photo: (stephan)

A ministry building on Kim Il Sun Square as seen from the Grand People’s Study House in Pyongyang, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea / Photo: David Stanley

Chonsam Cooperative Farm. Anbyon County, North Korea / Photo: (stephan)

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