Seoul, May 19: Prime Minister Narendra Modi wrapped up his three-nation visit on Tuesday and flew back home from this Korean capital city.
"My visit to the Republic of Korea has been very satisfying. I thank the Korean people & Government for their warm hospitality," Modi posted on the micro-blogging site Twitter.
He also praised meetings with South Korean President Park Geun-hye and top business CEOs and said strengthening India-Korea cooperation was discussed on both occasions.
"Meetings with President Park Geun-hye & business leaders were fruitful. Many aspects of strengthening India-Korea cooperation were discussed."
"I leave with the confidence that our ties will get even better and our relationship will benefit people of our Nations," Modi added.
Modi began his six-day three-nation sojourn from China on May 14. He then travelled to Mongolia, from where he flew to South Korea.
He addressed the India-Korea CEOs forum in Seoul earlier in the day, and said: "Your ship-building capacity and our agenda of port-led development can become driver of our growth."