The Peninsular is 700 miles long and 150 miles wide it has 5,000 miles of coastline. A place where man and nature have been living in harmony for centuries. Long before the modern conflict that divided the nation, over 60 million years ago, tectonic plates collided to form the jagged peaks on the Eastern region. In the central region are lush temperate forests, further south these give way to fertile wetlands. Where the land finally meets the sea the shallow land creates endless mudflats teaming with life. In the far south, the islands including Jeju are home to a colony of rare Indo-Pacific Bottle nose dolphins. Find out more from the BBC Documentary.