Korea is largely known for its modern cities and decades of conflict. Unfortunately, tensions between the North and South is what the media tends to focus on. And sadly, people don’t get to see the other aspects of Korea. There is another side to this part of the world. In the south, for instance, there are vast amounts of untouched wilderness where animals flourish and Koreans continue to practice age-old traditions.
This BBC documentary takes us on a journey, from seeing dolphins to raccoons to mudflats. From cityscapes to wilderness. The aim is to show the true beauty that Korea has to offer. Enjoy watching!