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  原文:The country is a beguiling mix of the ancient and the futuristic, the commercial and the spiritual, warp-speed urban action and serene rural isolation, South Korea is a nation on the rise.

  Its capital city, Seoul, has expanded into one of the world’s dominant economic hubs, and Korea’s universities have in recent years experienced a similar boom. With an impressive 31 of Asia’s top 200 universities in the 2012/13 QS University Rankings: Asia, South Korea is one of the region’s major educational centers and an increasingly attractive study abroad option for students around the world.


  原文: Visit Gyeongju: The capital of the ancient kingdom of Silla

  Nearest universities: Pohang University of Science and Technology; Yeungnam University; Kumoh National Institute of Technology; Handong Global University

  The ancient city of Gyeongju is known as ‘the museum without walls’. Although it gets overrun by swarms of tourists during the summer, with eight to nine million people visiting the area each year, there is a very good reason for this – Gyeongju is an extraordinarily well-preserved slice of Korean history that will dazzle you with its beauty.

  The former capital of the ancient kingdom of Silla, Gyeongju contains an embarrassment of architectural and historical treasures, including three UNESCO World Heritage sites: Seokguram Grotto, Bulguksa Temple, and Gyeongju Historic Areas. If you’re a history buff, head to the Gyeongju National Museum, which houses over 16,000 artifacts.

  The kingdom of Silla was one of the longest-sustained dynasties in Asia’s history. One of the former three kingdoms of Korea (the others are Goguryeo and Baekje), Silla retained its autonomy for nearly 1,000 years until its dissolution in AD 935.





  原文: Explore the urban jungle of Seoul

  Nearest universities: Seoul National University; Yonsei University; Sungkyunkwan University; Ehwa Woman’s University; Hanyang University; Sogang University; Kyunghee University; The Catholic University of Korea; Chung-Ang University; Hankuk (Korea) University of Foreign Studies; Konkuk University; University of Seoul; Dongguk University; Sookmyung Women’s University; Sejong University; Hongik University

  A dizzying metropolis whose population of 10 million exceeds those of London, Berlin and New York, Seoul is one of the 21st Century’s undisputed urban powerhouses. If you’re visiting Seoul for the first time, the best place to get a sense of its epic scale, and to take in its sparkling cityscape after dark, is the iconic N Seoul Tower. Perched atop Namsan Mountain in the city center, the tower rises to a lofty 479 metres above sea level, providing visitors with stunning panoramic views across the city.

  If you’re studying abroad as an undergraduate student in Seoul, you can rest assured this sprawling metropolis will keep throwing up new adventures and surprises no matter how long your program lasts. If you’re in need of a cultural top-up, start off with Seoul’s four UNESCO World Heritage sites: Changdeokgung, a 15th Century palace built by the Joseon dynasty; the imposing 18th Century Hwaseong Fortress; Jongmyo, the oldest extant Confucian shrine; and the Royal Tombs of the Joseon dynasty.

  For retail therapy head to the massive Dongdaemun Market, made up of 26 shopping malls stretching over ten blocks. And if you want to delve into Seoul’s nightlife, the Hongdae district around Hongik University is South Korea’s party central – take your pick from literally hundreds of bars, restaurants, boutiques and nightclubs.






  原文: Sing your heart out at a noraebang, Korea’s quirky obsession

  It may be the domain of drunken hen nights and the occasional embarrassing office party in many western countries - but karaoke has been massive all over Asia since the 1980s, and nowhere more so than in South Korea. The noraebang (translating as ‘song room’) is a national institution – a designated booth in which young Koreans let off steam by doing battle on the microphone.

  You’ll find noraebangs all over South Korea. What better way of overcoming your inhibitions and breaking the ice with your new classmates?



  原文: Visit the demilitarized zone

  The history of Korea in the 20th century is fractious to say the least. Since the armistice that ended the Korean War in 1953, North and South Korea have maintained a tense and brittle truce that has frequently come close to breaking point. Given that a trip to the isolated socialist state of North Korea will not be on your agenda (the country is all but closed to outsiders), the next best thing will be taking a guided tour of the surreal no-man’s-land that is the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ).

  The world’s most heavily militarized border, the DMZ spreads for 2.5 miles on either side of the 38th parallel, the border line that divides Korea into North and South. If you’re intrepid and curious to find out more about the region's history and onhoing conflict, going on a DMZ tour is a good (and safe!) way o



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