Exploring South Korean Culture
South Korea is slightly larger than the state of Indiana with a wide variety of natural beauty, including mountain ranges, coastal plains, river basins, and rolling hills. The country also has many islands, primarily along the southern and western coasts. Most South Koreans live in urban areas
South Korea is one of the most ethnically homogeneous societies in the world, with more than 99% of people living in the country being ethnic Koreans. South Korean society is structured according to Confucianism. Interactions are determined by one’s social or relationship status. Age is greatly respected in South Korean culture.