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Tips for Women Students in South Korea

Posted on October 14, 2020


Many women travelers who have spent time in South Korea have noted that the country is one of the safest environments they’ve experienced. Some have even reported feeling safer in the larger South Korean cities than in some U.S. cities. There are still cultural norms that women travelers should be aware of. Particularly in rural areas, a patriarchal social structure is very much still in existence. Women traveling alone is considered an oddity and traveling solo may attract some stares.

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