Seoul has been the capital of South Korea since the creation of the republic in 1948, the historic capital of Korea for more than 600 years and is the most populated city in the Korean peninsula. It forms its own administrative unit in the Korean state.
It is located to the northeast of the country some 50 kilometers from the demilitarized zone that separates the two Koreas. The Han River runs through the city.
Today, Seoul is a global city, the result of an economic boom known as the Miracle on the Han River, which transformed the ashes of the Korean War bombings into the fourth largest metropolitan economy in the world with a GDP of 773.9 billion US dollars, behind only Tokyo, New York, and Los Angeles.
With approximately ten million inhabitants in the city itself, the metropolitan area has a total of 24.5 million, including the port of Incon and the province of Gyeonggi, with which it forms the second biggest metropolitan area in the world, behind Tokyo, and the fifth biggest city in the world after Tokyo, Mexico City, New York, and Mumbai.
In 2012, the United Nations ranked Seoul above New York, London, and Melbourne for quality of life, but below Tokyo and Paris.
Export of pork; seafood; beef (once enabled the Don Fileto plant producing without zilpaterol and the probable authorization by the local authority of the use of zilpaterol in beef fattening processes); Persian lime as soon as the import protocol is released.
Export of Mexican auto parts.
Attraction of investment in auto parts companies.
Attraction of investment in Tier1 and Tier2 companies and possible projects with Korean OEMs with presence in Mexico for the Electrical / Electronics sector.
Attraction of investment in Tier1 and Tier2 companies and possible projects with Korean OEMs with presence in Mexico for the household appliances sector.
Attraction of investment for companies to participate in specific renewable energy projects.
Attraction of investment for companies to participate in specific infrastructure / construction projects.
Export of iron, copper, zinc minerals, and others.
Attraction of investment in the creative industries sector—with reserves—(given the nature of the products and services of this industry, the approach of companies is usually the export and sale of their products and service, rather than the interests of capital investment in manufacturing).