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 About Seoul
Official Name: Seoul Teukbyeol-si
Location: Central west on the Korean Peninsula
Population: 10,488,327 (As of September 2009)
Surface Area: 605.33 sq.km
Language: Korean (Japanese, English and Chinese available in main tourist areas)
Religion: Christianity 25%, Buddhism 25%, and other various religions
Symbol of Seoul "HAECHI"
 Colors of Seoul
Dancheong (Korean traditional decorative coloring) red
- A wishful color for good health and peace
- A palatial color used for 600 years in royal spaces
- A color favored by Seoul residents the most
Hangang (The Han River) silver -whiteA radiant silvery color of Hangang waters
- A color that symbolizes "white-clad" Korean people
- A color of granite that forms Seoul's mountains
 Seoul, the Capital of Korea
Seoul is the capital of Korea. The word "Seoul" means capital in traditional Korean. Seoul is a city in which the Hangang (River) flows through, from east to west, and is surrounded by great mountains, and the city contains both history and tradition, as well as the latest IT technology, making it a kind of a city which is quite rare anywhere on the globe.
 Seoul, the Icon of Korean Culture
Seoul is a city of various culture and variation. The city has over 700 museums, including the National Museum of Korea and the National Folk Museum, which all contain countless number of articles, a number of performance centers, such as the Sejong Center for Performing Arts, National Theater and more, and has over 400 galleries which all the people to see various art works.
 Gangnam, the Nerve of Seoul
Gangnam is Republic of Korea's epicenter of culture and arts, fashion, beauty, IT, education, business and finance, and not to mention of the country's leading premium health care service providers. Thanks to Psy's sensational hit "Gangnam Style", the district has become the focus of attention around the globe, attracting more than 2 million annual visitors.