South Korea is a lovely East Asian country known for its rich culture, delicious food, and fast-paced cities. For a good reason, the country is becoming increasingly popular as a destination for digital nomads. South Korea provides an excellent balance of modern amenities and traditional culture, with excellent internet infrastructure, a burgeoning startup scene, and a wide range of co-working spaces.

The capital city of Seoul is a popular destination for digital nomads in South Korea. With a population of over 10 million people, Seoul is a vibrant and bustling city. Several cutting-edge technology companies and startups, as well as co-working spaces, can be found in the city. It also provides an excellent balance of traditional culture and modern conveniences. Visitors can visit historical sites such as Gyeongbokgung Palace, the largest of the Joseon Dynasty’s Five Grand Palaces, or the traditional market of Namdaemun, as well as enjoy the nightlife and shopping in Gangnam.

The coastal city of Busan is another popular destination for digital nomads in South Korea. With a population of around 3.5 million people, Busan is South Korea’s second-largest city. The city is on the country’s southern coast and is known for its beautiful beaches, temples, and hot springs. Busan also has a thriving startup scene and several co-working spaces where digital nomads can work and socialize. It’s also a great place to relax and enjoy the outdoors, with hiking trails and scenic sea views. Haeundae Beach, a famous beach known for its nightlife and festivals, and the Gamcheon Cultural Village, a colorful and vibrant neighborhood built on a hillside, are both must-sees in Busan.

South Korea is an excellent choice for digital nomads seeking a unique and exciting location to work and explore. The country provides an excellent balance of modern amenities and traditional culture, as well as a wide range of co-working spaces and a thriving startup scene. South Korea has something for everyone, whether you want to explore the bustling streets of Seoul or relax on the beautiful beaches of Busan.

Finally, South Korea is a country that offers a fantastic blend of tradition and modernity. South Korea is an ideal destination for digital nomads, thanks to its fast internet, thriving startup scene, and abundance of co-working spaces. Seoul and Busan are particularly noteworthy, as they provide an excellent balance of traditional culture and modern amenities. So pack your bags and head to South Korea, where you can enjoy delicious food, stunning scenery, and a distinct culture all in one location.

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Busan Ferry to Fukuoka, Japan

And so, our stay in South Korea came to an end. Ready to cross the Sea of Japan, and continue the journey in Japan. First stop: Fukuoka.

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Busan City – the gateway to Japan

After acclimatization to South Korea in Seoul, time to move south. Busan is the Koreas second-largest city. At the center a commercial and fishing harbor. It’s also the place where you can take the ferry to Fukuoka, Japan.

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When “for here or to go” has legal consequences…

When you visit South Korea, be prepared to meet coffee place staff being very insisting on getting an answer to the question “for here or to go.”

And that has not just a customer service reasoning behind it. South Korean law tries to limit the number of wasted cups.

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First impressions and things to visit in Seoul, South Korea

Second visit to Seoul, but this time more than a quick hit-and-run. So here’s what impressed me in at first in Seoul:

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