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With more than 10 million residents, South Korea's capital, Seoul, is one of the world's largest cities.  
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Kimchi, one of Korean cuisine's signature dishes, is most commonly made with spicy, fermented cabbage.  
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Limestone peaks in South Korea's Seoraksan National Park  
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A traditional Korean mask  
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Changing of the guard at Deoksu Palace, a 16th-century walled compound in the heart of downtown Seoul.  
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Seoul's Namsan Park, located on top of a mountain of the same name, is a historical site and features gardens, a library, and an aquarium as well as panoramic views of the city.  
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Acre upon acre of lush, green fields await visitors at Boseong's green tea plantations.  
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A panoramic view of Busan, South Korea's second largest city. Located at the southernmost tip of the Korean peninsula, Busan is home to the fifth-largest port in the world.  
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The tranquil beauty of Busan's Taejongdae Park  
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Korean ceramics being prepared for use in a traditional tea ceremony  
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