THE GARDEN OF IRELAND
The Film Capital of Europe and sanctuary to the rich and famous due to it’s stunning views and the local people treating stars as just normal people being raised around film and television sets, stars can relax in peace an quiet for the most part and you will often see celebrities mingling in the local bars, cafes & restaurant’s with the public out to enjoy a delicious glass of Guinness or two.
Seoul, the capital of South Korea, is where you’ll discover gleaming skyscrapers alongside historic Buddhist temples, Michelin-starred haute cuisine bordering humble dumpling houses, and splurge-worthy Korean fashion boutiques neighboring traditional craft shops.
Seoul is the main gateway to and logistics hub of Northeast Asia, whose production accounts for one-third of the world’s total output. The city is ideally situated for day-long business trips, as there are 51 megacities with a combined population of more than one billion within a 3-4 hour flight.
Seoul Is the internet capital and games capital of the world. It is considered to have the best Internet infrastructure and connections in the world, with widespread cellphone coverage and Internet cafes throughout the metropolis.
Seoul serves as the Number 1 fashion hub in Asia, home to creative fashion designers, dynamic consumption patterns, and the promise of the Korean Wave has been leading the fashion industry to new heights towards becoming the luxury capital of the world.
For shoppers, the Samcheongdong offers Korean antiques and artwork, Insadong market offers traditional arts and crafts, and Itaewon has clothing and accessories. There is also plenty of nightlife and entertainment, from traditional dance at the National Theater, Korean opera at the Korea House to shopping at the night markets, along with the many coffee houses and bars of the Dongdaemun district. Restaurants offer everything from traditional Korean dishes such as barbecue, kimchi, rice and noodle dishes to Western-style cuisine.