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'Korean wave (Hallyu)' showcases Korean rich cultures across the globe

The Korean Wave, which began from Korean dramas and K-POP, has now spread Korean language and culture widely throughout the world. The Korean wave has become part of the global culture shared by people throughout the world.

South Korea's K-pop takes off in the west
<Financial Times, the UK>

Online Hallyu communities in the world
- Presence in 79 countries
- 1,248 online Hallyu communities
- Around 2.2 milion members <Source: Global Hallyu 2014, Korea Foundation>

The Korean Wave is based on Korea’s history, cultural heritages, and tradition. The Republic of Korea is home to 10 UNESCO World Heritage sites, 15 intangible assets Cultural Heritage of Humanity, 9 Memory of the World Register.
  • Suwon Hwaseong Fortress Suwon Hwaseong Fortress
  • Sukhulam Sukhulam
  • Bulguksa Bulguksa
  • Pansori Pansori
  • Taekkyeon Taekkyeon
  • Jultagi Jultagi
  • Jeju Volcanic Island Jeju Volcanic Island
  • Hunminjeongeum Hunminjeongeum
  • Haeinsa Temple Janggyeong Panjeon Haeinsa Temple Janggyeong Panjeon
Last modified : 2020-12-16