LifeinAsia - 3:56 pm on Aug 6, 2010 (gmt 0) [edited by: LifeinAsia at 3:58 pm (utc) on Aug 6, 2010]
In mangled Amurican English, we use "emigrate FROM somewhere" and "immigrate TO somewhere." Since members here are from many different countries, talking about immigrating to a certain country makes grammatical sense.
North Korea has no Internet to speak of, so it's not going to be a very good location for webmasters. And don't get me started on "high potential as an emerging market."
South Korea, however, has one of the highest adoption rates for high-speed Internet. Yeah, the language barrier can be an issue (although Korean is surprisingly easy to learn, at least the basics). Unless the laws have changed, about $50,000 investment can get you a business visa, and once that money is put into a company, you can take it out to pay yourself wages. Just forget about locating in or near Seoul- that $50K investment probably won't even get you a deposit on a 1-room apartment these days.
[edited by: LifeinAsia at 3:58 pm (utc) on Aug 6, 2010]