© Shutterstock/Travel Take Photos Diving in South Korea The Republic of Korea, or South Korea, is the center of East Asia’s economy and is famous for significantly influencing pop culture worldwide with “K-POP“ and “K-Drama.“ This small but mighty nation has a 5,000-year history, a thriving high-tech capital (Seoul), and endless natural beauty dotted with historical relics. With four distinct seasons, visiting South Korea is a good idea any time of the year. Scuba diving in South Korea offers a unique experience. Many divers have never encountered the exciting mix of cold and warm water species found off South Korea’s shores. The East Sea provides a mysterious landscape filled with giant kelp forests in its cooler waters. Conversely, the south coast’s more tropical waters offer colorful coral, excellent wreck diving, and is home to Jeju Island. Jeju diving is available throughout the year, thanks to its favorable climate. Getting to dive in Jeju is always a treat, with fantastic marine life and the largest soft coral colony in the world. This data is provided from the logbook information in the MySSI app Featured places to go in South Korea © Shutterstock/Jinny JinGangwon-doGangwon-do boasts 212 km (132 miles) of coastline along the East Sea, otherwise known as the Sea of Japan, for divers to explore.Learn more © Shutterstock/Panwasin seemalaGyeongsangnam-doDiving in Gyeongsangnam-do offers an underwater landscape like nowhere else in the world.Learn more © Shutterstock/Noppasin WongchumJeju IslandThe volcanic island of Jeju sits like a gem in the South Sea of Korea and is home to the best diving in South Korea.Learn more Facts about South Korea Power Plug Type C, FAirports PUS, CJUCurrency KRWLanguage koElectricity 220 V / 50 HzTimezone UTC +7 - UTC+9Network Provider KT Freetel Co. Ltd.