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SOUTH KOREA: A Misinterpreted Nation

“South Korea is a drawing-in, exciting, and new objective with an eruption of motivation and wonder from each niche and corner”

Sir Thomas More would have been profoundly charmed today! While in 1516, he composed the book Utopia about depicting a fictional wonderful island society, he would today wonder that an aggregate pursuit could improve! South Korea, with numerous excellent islands, is going towards a condition of flawlessness, harmony, and peacefulness as much as anyone might imagine, though in the advanced setting which I call Perfect Utopia 2.0.

I view myself as a seeker, who, in this advanced innovative world, is interested in the concurrence of the lasting practice inside the effects and impacts of contemporary life. Also, this is the pitch where South Korea moves me, for it drives the way and shows how a nation can mix current and quick turns of events and its calming customs perfectly. A country embodying the phoenix ascending from the remains of dictatorship – South Korea, one longs for! A dazzling national transformation from poverty to wealth and literacy, a structural change from a subsistence, agrarian economy to a modern, industrial, and flattering technological power, all with the strong spirit of governance and the support of its citizens.

Moving forward into the future while taking reference and never forgetting its past – residents of South Korea are connected to both their cultural and social, just as their natural climate. On one hand, they are honored and supplied with natural beauty, hidden gems, and World Heritage sites and on the other hand, right from childhood, they are introduced to the concept of nunchi– translating roughly as ‘eye power’ with its emphasis on unity, relationship building, and collective harmony.

As far as I might be concerned, accordingly, South Korea is a drawing-in, exciting, and new objective with an eruption of motivation and wonder from each niche and corner, and for which I essentially should visit it! Likewise, while I’m busy, I will try to gain some cherishable experiences. A portion of the couple of spots that I have in my rundown is Halla-San – the highest mountain, Jeju Island – a natural wonder, Nakdong – the longest river, Chungju – the largest lake, Bukchon Hanok – a burst of South Korean tradition, Seorak-san National Park, and its breathtaking mountain views, and of course Seoul, a modern marvel. The priority is to relive the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics in PyeongChang!

Who knows? My travel puts me face to face with a relative of mine from the princess Suriratna ancestry, and I just might write a movie script around it. History or legend;  is another opportunity to bridge the gap and make a common cultural ground between the people of our countries! Much before “Parasite”, the landscape, culture, and traditions of South Korea have proved fertile ground for many filmmakers who have an international reputation for producing some of the most haunting and visually stunning films in modern cinema. I wouldn’t settle for anything less!

Ishaan is a passionate speaker and orator for the past 7 years, alongside great interests and efforts in innovation and pitching. He has been the Times of India Student of the Year awardee, won the Best Speaker Award at the Rotary International Asian Parliamentary Debate, been on one of the top 10 speakers at a TEDx initiative, and taken a keen interest in Model United Nations, with involvement in 50+ conferences. Additionally, while innovating and representing his work on multiple platforms, Ishaan has been really lucky to have become a Finalist, amongst the Top 36 of 20,000+ entries at the IIT Kharagpur Young Innovators Program, and received the Best Innovation in Gurgaon City by the National Innovation Foundation, Department of Science and Technology, Govt of India, under the Make in India initiative. With the purpose of enhancing his interests in problem-solving and representing his views on International and Societal affairs, he has made way to be the Youngest member amongst a great group of Law Graduates and Ph.D. students at the Wall of Justice Team, as a Content Writer and Research Intern!

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