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Seoul: Traditions and megacity

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Jaideep Mukerji With Veeresh Malik | 28/07/2011 09:11 PM | 

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The capital of South Korea is a perfect example of the harmony between the past and the future

Seoul, the capital as well as the largest city of South Korea, is a true megacity. Connected by a direct seven-hour long flight from Mumbai, the Seoul National Capital Area is the world’s second-largest metropolitan area with over 25 million inhabitants; almost half of South Korea’s population lives here, making it the country’s foremost economic, political and cultural hub.

The area has been settled for over 2,000 years and the founding of Seoul itself dates back to 18 BC when ...


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