I often times view South Korea as the Israel of Asia (the none Islamic part of Asia)
There's many non Islamic Asian cultures and countries I'd like to examine over the next few weeks, months.
I was in that part of the world once, and found it very tranquil.
But it's one thing to visit, another thing to live there, expesially as an outsider.
For anyone in the West, who has never traveled, and thinks Asian countries are still in the dark ages, as you can see from modern South Korean city, they're very wrong.
In fact, in many ways, cause nations are smaller and have less people, they can afford to put more money into infrastructure where they choose to, making cities almost seem space age, compared to some of our own older cities like Detroit ect.
But also like the U.S., often times outside the glimmering lights of the big city (or within) you can find an impoverished class of citizens and many various 'native cultures'.
They have farmers, we have farmers, they have poor, we have poor, the have rich, we have rich.
The economic model for most nations is becoming the same now all over the world, in some places quicker than others. And with that comes the good and bad.
I really want to explore aspects of Asian society, cultures, that do not resemble ours in the West. I randomly chose S Korea as one of 3 Asian States I'd like to explore.