Engage in South Korea
South Korea, a country in East Asia, occupies the southern portion of the Korean peninsula. South Korea is geographically diverse, bordered by North Korea to the north, the East China Sea to the south, and the Yellow Sea to the west. With a land area encompassing around 45 percent of the peninsula, the country features mountainous regions, including the T’aebaek Mountains along the eastern coastline. The capital city, Seoul, serves as the political, cultural, and economic center of South Korea. As a unitary multiparty republic, the country has a president, who the prime minister assists. South Korea’s population is estimated at approximately 51.3 million people, and the official currency is the South Korean won. With a complex history and a vibrant present, South Korea is known for its technological advancements, rich cultural heritage, and global influence.