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The Korean Peninsula extends southward from the northeastern part of the Asian continent between 33 and 43 North Latitude and 124 and 132 degree East Longitude. The standard meridian of the peninsula is 135, nine hours ahead of GMT. The Amnok river and Duman rivers border both China and Russia to the north, and Japan is just across the East Sea. Since 1945, as a by-product of the Cold War, the peninsula has been divided at 38 North Latitude into the capitalist Republic of Korea, or South Korea, and the communist Democratic People's Republic of Korea, more commonly known as North Korea

The Seoul Arts Center is located at the foot of Mt. Woomyun in Seocho-gu. It is made up of a concert hall, calligraphy hall, art gallery, library, opera house and outdoor area, It is also the home of the National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts.

ΆΡ Seoul Arts Center Introduction

International Airport

Incheon International Airport
It takes about 2.5 hours from Incheon International Airport to downtown Seoul.
Various forms of transportation are available in the airport.

Gimhae International Airport
Gimhae International Airport is located at Busan.
Busan is located approximately 500km from Seoul.

Jeju International Airport
Jeju International Airport situated at the center of Northeast Asia, a pivotal geopolitical location connecting China, Japan, and Southeast Asia.