Everything about Sailing, Yachting and Boating on the South Korean peninsular including Busan, Jeju, Seoul, Seokcho and Ulsan. The purpose of this website is to promote the participation and enjoyment of the Marine environement in Korea, a place with over 2,400 km of coastline. South Korea has 3 major rivers including the Han which runs through the nations capital, Seoul and is over 514kms in length. Other rivers include Nakdong which is the nations longest at 521kms and Geum river which is approximately 401kms long. The website is managed and published by Adam O’Neill whom has called Seoul, South Korea a home for the past few years.

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  1. That’s pretty cool. I had no idea about that, when I treaelvd to Seoul this spring. I remember I was like you. I took the AREX and the closer I was to Seoul’s central area, the less English I saw. But Koreans were so friendly to me, when they saw me with my backpack and a little lost, when checking the map. There were at least 5 people, who came to me and asked me where I want to go. I was totally amazed. My hostel was near Hyehwa and it was a pretty long ride from the airport, Seoul is so huge. But people made it easy for me. I really hope to return there soon.

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