South-Korea constitutes the southern part of the Korean Peninsula. After the partitioning of Korea in 1945, South-Korea developed substantially from one of Asia’s poorest to one of Asia’s wealthiest nations. The country’s population is 51 million, of which almost 50% lives in the Seoul Capital Area, with its technologically advanced transport network. Surrounded by the sea and having a subtropical climate, SouthKorea has to deal with several water management problems. The progressive mindset in combination with rich traditions makes South-Korea interesting to visit!