A fast growing GDP, low unemployment numbers, rising life expectancy, increasing wages but decreasing working hours and a really low poverty rate. There are a lot of economic reasons to move to South Korea, and in addition life outside of work adds so much to the experience of living in this country.
South Korea is one of the most developed nations in the world and that can be seen in more areas than just the job market. Infrastructure, education, technology and medical care: most things in South Korea are of the highest standard and living here will be a step forward for many people..
Korean cuisine is delicious, diverse and, like in many Asian countires, you are always surrounded by amazing street food. And although the cities in Korea are big and bustling, with transportation being so easy and fast you can surround yourself by nature within an hour. Jeju Island and a list of other national parks are all worth a visit and show the amazing contrast between modern cities and tranquil nature.
Koreans have great respect for authorities, elders and education and when you’re there, it’s important to keep these things in mind. Don’t be surprised when people ask your age, background and other personal questions. The person you’re talking to is just trying to place you in the hierarchical structure that people use.