Prime Minister Narendra Modi left for India from Busan on Tuesday after concluding his three-nation visit.
Modi began his six-day sojourn from China on May 14. He then travelled to Mongolia, from where he flew to South Korea.
The Prime Minister took to Twitter to share his experience in South Korea.
"My one-to-one meetings with top Korean CEOs were great; learnt more about their work and invited them to @makeinindia. My visit to the Republic of Korea has been very satisfying. I thank the Korean people and Government for their warm hospitality," Modi said in a series tweets.
My visit to the Republic of Korea has been very satisfying. I thank the Korean people & Government for their warm hospitality.— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) May 19, 2015
Meetings with President Park Geun-hye and 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,? he added.
The Prime Minister had earlier visited the Hyundai Heavy Industries Shipyard in Ulsan.
He also held one-on-one meetings with top Korean CEOs and called for increased investment from South Korean Companies into India.
India and China signed 22 agreements during the Prime Minister's visit while Ulaanbaatar received a line of credit of USD one billion to develop institutions, infrastructure and human resources in Mongolia.