I live in the States, and I am interested in travelling abroad, however I only have a South Korean passport. Can you still go to Israel and other nations in the Middle East as well as Europe with a korean passport? I know it will be difficult, if possible at all, to come back here, but I am ready to leave.
Yes, you can go to Israel and many, many other countries without any problem on a South Korea passport:
Only remember that with an Israeli stamp in your passport, you won't be allowed in many Middle Eastern countries, although Jordan and Egypt will be fine.
So get a special paper into your passport (if they will allow you to do so!) or otherwise visit Israel as the last country.
I heard so many wonderful things about the Middle East!
Can't wait to get going
I'm wish to backpack Dubai, Qatar and Egypt