It's rare to know this amount of detail in any state parties nomination plans. How efficient for the world heritage traveller that Korea offers 12 WHS in a relatively small area, and time permitting you can ensure you visited all potential new WHS up until 2023! To be honest, probably longer since some of these nomination dossiers are bound to fail, but will undoubtedly make at least one additional attempt (example: Hangyangdoseong
).ROK Nomination Plan 2018
- Traditional Buddhist Mountain Temples of Korea (Cultural)2019
- Seowon, Neo-Confucian Academies of the Joseon Dynasty (Cultural), Southwest Coast Tidal Flats (Natural)2020
- Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall (Cultural)2021
- Gaya Tumuli: Gimhae & Jisan-dong (Cultural)2022
- Daegokcheon Stream Petroglyphs (Cultural)
For what its worth, I believe after Korea's 2 recent withdrawn nominations the Cultural Heritage Administration will be successful with 3 inscriptions over the next two years. I am not so optimistic however about Korea's nominations between 2020 - 2022!