And so should you.

GQ (Australia) - - INSIDE -

‘Even if you have to crawl on your knees,’ states a his­tor­i­cal Asian proverb, ‘get your­self to Seoul.’ South Korea’s dy­namic cap­i­tal city is a mash-up of moun­tains and mar­kets, tea­houses and tem­ples. It’s a global hub for tech­nol­ogy and fash­ion, and it’s also one of the world’s most in­trigu­ing foodie des­ti­na­tions. Base your­self in well-po­si­tioned In­sadong and ex­plore Asia’s fourth rich­est city on foot. Spo­ken English is thin on the ground, but re­mem­ber please ( chusayo) and thank you ( kam­sa­ham­nida), and you’ll re­ceive warm wel­comes wher­ever you go. Be­cause if there’s one thing Kore­ans love more than shitty pop mu­sic, it’s man­ners.

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