Seoul has been the capital of South Korea for more than six hundred years. After the Korean War (1950-1953) the city had to be rebuilt in the north of South Korea. The result is a hypermodern city of concrete and glass, where some traditional neighborhoods managed to stand the test of time. Shopping centers can be seen everywhere and often shoot up many floors.
In the gigantic big and modern Seoul you visit ancient temples and markets that are hidden between meters high skyscrapers. In addition, Seoul is known for its innovative technologies. Visit several companies together with us, dive into the nightlife of the international district of Itaewon and lick your fingers at the delicious national focused Kimchi. So travel with us to Seoul!
Would you like to explore this city with us and join us on the Thalia study trip? Then sign up from 15 October on studytrip.thalia.nu. On this website all details about the trip will be announced.