South Korea which is a supreme state in East Asia is a part of the Southern Korean Peninsula. The name Korea is derived from the ancient Kingdom of Goguryeo, also known as Kory Majorly the South Koreans lead an urban life style and it was considered as world’s sixth leading global city.
South Korea which is located in East Asia extends up to the far east of the Asian land. North Korea is the one and only country having the land border with South Korea. Majorly the country was surrounded by water which has three seas and a long coastal line. South Korea's market economy ranks 13th in the world by both nominal and purchasing power parity GDP, identifying it as one of the G-20 major economies. It is a developed country with a high-income economy and is the most industrialized member country of the OECD.
South Korea is considered as the fourth largest economy in the world and it has performed exceptionally well in all aspects of research and development wise. There are many lists of Physics journals in South korea which emphasize in the field of Physics.
South Korea is currently considered as the world champion in spending more in research and development. In the past years the total R&D expenditure was increased in Physics Journals and it made successful in the recent years. South Korea majorly involves in physics, ranging from statistical physics and condensed matter physics to particle physics, Particle and Nuclear Physics, Theoretical, Mathematical & Computational Physics etc. Till now in south korea only one member got the Nobel prize and his name is Kim Dae-jung. and he was the 8th president of south korea from 1998-2003. Number of Physics Journals are published from South Korea with good reputation. The major leading intitutions in south korea in the physics department including Korea University, Dongguk University, Seoul National University, Changwon University, Hallym University etc. Current Reserch trends in physics inclide Nanostructure Physics in the Sungkyunkwan University, Higgs Physics, Particle Physics, condensed matter physics.