South Korea is located in the eastern region part of Asian continent which occupies the south part of Korean nation, which is mostly covered by mountain region. South Korea is the world’s leading nation in terms of internet connectivity, Approximately 92% of the country's population are internet users, and they produce the world's fastest internet connection speed. Taek-wondo is the national sport of South Korea. It's believed that it has been founded over 2,000 years ago.
South Korea covers the total land of 100,210 km² which is ranked as 107th among other nations in terms of land area.
South Korea is bordered by the North Korea to the north, East Sea (Sea of Japan) to the east, East China Sea to the south, and the Yellow Sea to the west, and about the south east it is separated from the Japanese island of Tsushima by the Korea Strait
South Korea contains a total of 0.3% water in total and the main source of water for South Korea is from The Yellow Sea which lies to the west of South Korea. The East China Sea lies to the southwest. The Sea of Japan forms water to the northeast of South Korea.
South Korea is totally surrounded by the mountain region and there are three major mountain ranges within South Korea which is the Taebaek Mountain and Sobaek ranges, and the Jiri Massif. The highest mountain peak in South Korea is Hallasan which is 1,950 m, and it is like volcanic formation forming Jeju Island.
PIN = Postal Index Number
Each administrative division maintains its own postal code for mail delivery purposes. Having the correct code is essential to your mails delivery.
South Korea pincode consists of 5 digit pincode in which each number has an indications which has been listed below
The South Korea stamps costs from 0.84$ to 6.40$ which will be set according the type of letter which will be sent to.
The air mail service will charge from16$ to 81.40$ which will based on weight of the parcel.
|South Korea Postcode
|Postcode type and position
5 digits to the right of the locality name, separated from the latter by a dash.
564 menoi 205-go
|The first two digits represent the special city (Metropolitan) or province, the third digit represents city (si), county (gun) or constituency (gu), the last two digits represent numbers of districts.
564 menoi 205-go sub-office (area /street /village)
2215-12 buk-gu city (delivery post office)
Busan XXXXX locality - postcode
South Korea country