The owner of this domain name "visitkorea.com" is interested in pursuing one of the following in the same order of preferences:

1) Enter into an agreement with another motivated party who has a promising business project idea and who also possesses a financial means (or alternatively possesses all skills and motivation) to pursue such project, whereby the domain name owner would be willing to contribute the domain name plus English marketing efforts for a minority interest in the venture project once I am persuaded that the proposed venture has a decent chance to succeed. Some of potential businesses suitable for the visitkorea.com domain name might be tourist, hotel, advertising project related to Korea, shopping, transportation or entertainment businesses serving inbound "foreign" customers visiting Korea. Potential inbound "foreign" customers visiting Korea will include Korean-Americans, Koreans living abroad in various countries and foreign (non-Korean) customers who are visiting or planning to visit. For such businesses which possess the ability to post website contents in English, Chinese, Japanese, and Spanish, the visitkorea.com domain name will provide a huge advantage in the marketing exposure to the foreign potential customers who are planning to visit Korea. We would possess the ability to provide English content in such venture.

2) Rent or license the domain name, renewable on annual basis.

3) As a last resort, sell the domain name (visitkorea.com) for minimum $100,000 USD. Again, I would like to emphasize that I rather be a part of a promising venture project and help a motivated person/company expand to capture foreign customer base.

A serious inquiry regarding the above may be sent to: webattorney@yahoo.com.

Main article: Korean Peninsula

Korea is located on the Korean Peninsula in North-East Asia. To the northwest, the Amnok River (Yalu River) separates Korea from China and to the northeast, the Duman River (Tumen River) separates Korea from China and Russia. The Yellow Sea is to the west, the East China Sea is to the south, and the Sea of Japan (East Sea) is to the east of Korea.[25] Notable islands include Jeju-do, Ulleung-do, and Liancourt Rocks (Dokdo in Korean).

Prehistory and Gojoseon

Main articles: Prehistoric Korea and Gojoseon

The earliest known Korean pottery dates to around 8000 BC, and the Neolithic period begins around 6000 BC. Gojoseon's founding legend describes Dangun, a descendent of heaven, as establishing the kingdom in 2333 BC. [6] Archaeological and contemporary written records indicate it developed from a federation of walled cities into a centralized kingdom sometime between the 7th and 4th centuries BC.
Goguryeo roof tile
Goguryeo roof tile

The name "Korea" derives from the Goryeo(고려) period of Korean history, which in turn referred to the ancient kingdom of Goguryeo. Merchants of the Middle East called it Goryeo, Koryo, which then came to be spelled Corea and Korea. Korea is now commonly used in English contexts by both North and South Korea.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This article is about the Korean peninsula and civilization. For the modern political entities commonly called "Korea", see North Korea and South Korea. For other meanings, see Korea (disambiguation).

Korea (Korean: 한국 in South Korea or 조선 in North Korea, see below) is a geographic area, civilization, and former state situated on the Korean Peninsula in East Asia. Korea is currently divided into North Korea and South Korea.

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