Recommending Korea to National Geographic

My name is Daniel. I was an English teacher in Seoul, South Korea, and am now a writer who has
published three books including South Korea: Our Story by Daniel Nardini.
                               Recently, the National Geographic Society came out with a special
edition magazine on all of the best and famous places in the world to travel to. The list added to
up to 100 places and destinations where Americans can travel to. The list is extensive: it includes
every continent and many, many countries. The National Geographic Society is not only known in
the United States and Canada but is world famous. Founded in the United States in 1888, it has a
membership of 6.8 million people and chapters in many countries. Its special edition magazine
includes famous natural wonders and historical places in China, Japan, Cambodia, Thailand,
and Indonesia. Sadly, it does not include anything in Korea. I wish it did. The Republic of Korea
has some wonderful places to visit. There are the palaces in Seoul. There are the ancient 
monuments of the Shilla in Gyeongju, There is Mount Seorak, there is Ganghwa Island, there
is Jeju Island, etc. Korea has a very long history and a rich culture worth seeing. While China
and Japan have world class places to see, so does Korea. I hope that the National Geographic
Society will say something eventually on all the things that the Republic of Korea has to offer.