Seoul: Developed City With Advanced Technology
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Seoul: Developed City With Advanced Technology. When we talk about Korean first thing come in our mind is Kim Jong UN but when we just put another word the set is changed that another word is south yeah i am talking about South Korea the country is developed and advance in
technology ,high living standard the top most developed city of South Korea is Seoul. Today I am going to discuss the city Seoul, who has brand new technology in transport, advance network for communication. Seoul is the capital and the largest city of South Korea, one of the world’s largest cities. The half population of South Korea are living in the capital Seoul.
According to history, Seoul has different names. It has been called “Seoraneol” which is believed to have originated from Korean because there is no equivalent Chinese character that matches them. During the Japanese colonization in 20th century, the city is well-known as “Gyeongseong”, Seoul of today.
Seoul’s weather is considered both humid continental and humid subtropical. June and July is the hot and humid summers of Seoul. The monsoon coming from the East Asia has a great impact to the weather of Seoul during this time. The city has an average of 28 days of snow fall every year but winters are usually cold and dry.
The city of Seoul has become the headquarters for many global businesses and companies including LG, Hyundai, Samsung and Kia which makes it as one of the leading global city in terms of economy. Because of the city’s strong economy, Seoul is teeming with historic spots, fascinating travel destinations and stunning monuments. These include the Hwangseong Fortress, Joseon’s Royal Tombs, Changdeokgung Palace Complex, War Memorial of Korea and Jongmyo Shrine which are recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
World’s most wired city:-
Welcome to the next generation IT mega-city. In Seoul, you can’t avoid wireless access even if you want to a staggering 95 percent of Korean households have broadband connection. South Korea is the only nation that is completely broadband connected, at 100Mbps.
Best airport in the world:-
For five years running, Incheon International Airport, which services Seoul and other nearby Korean cities, has been ranked the best airport in the world by Airports Council International. The sprawling, über-efficient facility is equipped with a golf course, skating rink, Museum of Korean Culture, casino, high-end spa and restaurants serving just about any kind of pre-flight meal you’d want.
Cheap Internet phones:-
For a low monthly fee, you can sign up for an 070 internet phone that gives you free wireless and free calls to other 070 phones. It’s like Skype with a hand-held phone. Cheap rates on international calls clinch this as the greatest phone innovation since Angry Birds.
Soju martinis and soju cosmopolitans are debuting in bars overseas but in Seoul we prefer to drink the distilled rice (usually) beverage neat or mixed with whiskey.
Taekwondo is the national sport of South Korea and many Korean kids learn taekwondo as a routine part of their education.
Many people in Seoul live in high-rise high-tech apartments, some of them have robots to do the housework.
The OECD (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development) has declared South Korea as the country with the highest estimated national IQ.
Snuppy, the world’s first cloned dog, was created in South Korea at the Seoul National University.
Christianity and Buddhism is the most dominant religion in South Korea. But majority of South Koreans claim no religious preference.
Tipping is not a requirement in South Korea. You may find yourself being chased by a waiter for the change you left, as it is not customary to leave tips.