Trivia Crack Answer: Seoul
About the capital of South Korea
Seoul is the capital of South Korea. The Seoul Capital Area is half to over half of South Korean residents. The capital itself is home to over 10 million. The capital of South Korea is one of the biggest tourist attractions in the world, earning the 6th most money in tourism and the 10th most visited city. Seoul is the economic capital of South Korea, with large manufacturing, finance and retail industries. Seoul is responsible for creating about 20% of the country’s total GDP. Major companies like Samsung, Hyundai and LG have their manufacturing headquarters in Seoul. There are also major Asian companies, like HiteJinro, which is the largest producer of soju, an alcoholic beverage, and makes the largest alcohol sales in the world. Seoul combines historical and modern architecture, adding to its appeal to tourists. It also has 115 museums and a very popular football (soccer) team. The capital of South Korea is also an important educational hub, home to many of the most important universities in the country. Seoul’s citizens are primarily from South Korea, although there are about 300,000 foreign residents. Most of these residents are Chinese citizens, although there are also about 10,000 U.S. citizens and a number of Taiwanese citizens.