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International moving to South Korea does not have to be a daunting task. I Love Moving takes the stress and complications out of international moving to South Korea. I Love Moving offers various global relocation options, including air freight and ocean freight. With I Love Moving, international moving to South Korea has never been easier.
I Love Moving offers comprehensive international moving services from southern California to South Korea. We know a move overseas can seem complicated, so we take pride in helping you every step of the way. Your belongings are important to us and we are dedicated to delivering right to your door in South Korea in a way that works best for you. We even provide a whole month of free storage to help you transition to your new home smoothly.
The name Korea is derived from the ancient Kingdom of Goguryeo, also known as Koryŏ. Highly urbanized at 92%, South Koreans lead a distinctive urban lifestyle; half of them live in high-rises concentrated in the Seoul Capital Area with 25 million residents and the world’s sixth leading global city with the fourth largest economy. Three-quarters of South Korea is mountainous, making it a popular winter sport destination in Asia and hosting the 2018 Winter Olympics.
The earliest Korean pottery dates to 8000 BC, with three kingdoms flourishing at 1st century BC. One of them, Goguryeo, ruled Northeast China, parts of Russia and Mongolia under Gwanggaeto the Great. Since their unification into Silla and Balhae in the 7th century, Korea enjoyed over a millennium of relative tranquility under long lasting dynasties with innovations like Hangul, the unique alphabet created by Sejong the Great in 1446, enabling anyone to easily learn to read and write. Its rich and vibrant culture left 17 UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritages of Humanity, the third largest in the world, along with 12 World Heritage Sites. Korea was annexed by Imperial Japan in 1910 due to its strategic and central location, after whose surrender in 1945, it was divided into North and South Korea. A North Korean invasion led to the Korean War (1950–53). Peace has since mostly continued with the two agreeing to work peacefully for reunification and the South solidifying peace as a regional power with the world’s 10th largest defence budget.
Be sure to consult your global relocation specialists to see what type of visa you should apply for before moving there and to find out the best way to exchange currency. Finally, be sure to contact I Love Moving prior to your move to ensure that all your belongings arrive safely and securely at your destination!