But to expand a little, you could get away with hosting your site in the U.S. and then utilize a CDN that has locations in Korea to serve stylesheets, images, and multimedia. That way, the bulk of the content would be served locally, which will significantly increase your website's speed, but your core files are still on a server in the U.S.
Hi, do you think it is necessary to have a host in the country you are aiming at? ie. if I wanted to target Korea would it be okay to use a host in the US and just have the domain name ending with .kr?