“A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” by Lao Tzu – Let’s start your first step…..go study in Korea!!
South Korea or the Republic of Korea is a highly developed country and the world’s twelve largest economies. It has been named as the world’s most innovative country because they are a global leader in many technologies and innovation-driven fields. South Korean brands such as LG Electronics and Samsung are internationally famous. South Korea has been famous for its globally influential pop culture, particularly in music (K-pop), TV dramas, and cinema, which are known as the Korean Wave. This is one of the factors that drive its tourism economy. Every year, there are numerous people travel to visit and study in South Korea.
The Asian Tiger
South Korea is also known as one the most advanced democracy and has the highest level of press freedom in Asia. South Korea is one of the 4 tigers of Asia. It was once named one of the best countries in the world to raise kids because of their well-being of good healthcare, education, and nutrition. Korean cuisine is also famous because it’s nutrition and meticulous that makes their food are so healthy and delicious. There are so many things you can do in South Korea. A journey of a thousand miles begins with contacting us if you want to go study in Korea.
There are historical, cultural, natural, art, recreational, and adventure tourism and attractions waiting to welcome all travelers in South Korea. If you like theme parks, Everland, Gyeongju World Amusement Park, Seoul land, and Wolmi Theme Park are the must visit. If you like history and culture, you have to visit Gyeongbokgung Palace which is its most famous landmark, The National Folk Museum of Korea, and the National Museum of Korea. If you want to go for nature, Nami Island and Gangchon Rail Bike are a great day trip. If you like the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, there are quite a number of them, for example, Seokguram Grotto and Bulguksa Temple in North Gyeongsang, Jeju Volcanic Island and Lava Tubes in Jeju and Changdeokgung Palace in Seoul. Therefore, studying in South Korea is definitely great opportunity to explore all of them.
High standard of Education
South Korea’s education is very focused, competitive, and extremely important to Korean. Its government really put lots of investment in education. South Korea is one of the top-performing countries in reading literacy, mathematics, and sciences. Higher education in South Korea society is crucial as it is a gateway to be known and given status as a middle-class family. The greater of their education means high social status, better career paths and opportunities to work in any big public and private firms or government agencies.
There is a significant increase in foreign students in South Korea as well. It is probably the K-pop culture that influences international students to learn the Korean language. There are some good language institutions in South Korea. Learning high school in South Korea is also famous and especially for those who want to focus on academic results. The top three universities in South Korea is called the “SKY”, which are Seoul National University (S), Korea University (K), and Yonsei University (Y). They are all top in the world ranking universities. Study in Korea might be the first step to get really close to K-Pop Culture.
Living conveniently in South Korea
Imagine yourself living in the country with the fastest Internet connection speeds in the world and the densest high-speed railway network, how convenient it would be? Even though the tuition fee and living cost in South Korea are rather high, it is still manageable and worth your investment.
There are technologically advanced transportation networks of high-speed railways, highways, bus routes, and ferry services. Its food is one of the best in the world. It is clean, healthy, and delicious. There are lots of shops, restaurants, groceries and department stores everywhere. You can choose to stay with a local host family provided by your schools or live in shared apartments with your friends.
Explore more of South Korea
There are also lots of things to do and places to visit after class or on your weekends. You might want to visit the L’atelier Museum after you are done with the National Museum of Korea and The War Memorial of Korea. Shopping at Myeongdong and visiting N Seoul Tower for sunset views are a must. Visiting Myeongdong Women’s Bathhouse is also interesting for ladies. Taking a trip to Jeju Love Land when you have a long holiday is really a unique experience. You should also visit cool Busan, the second-most populous city in South Korea. Last but not least, you should try a Real K-Pop Dance classes of which you might discover your new potential. Your journey will officially begin when you come to study in Korea.