Though mainstream Korean obstetrics is EXTREMELY CONSERVATIVE, with an over 40% c-section rate, there are pockets of natural birthing practitioners. Midwives will do breech and VBAC deliveries. They often deliver at home and may not speak much English, but if you have a Korean speaking doula you can overcome that. Also at Women's hospitals, they are much more natural childbirth friendly.The wome's hospitals will do External Cephaliv Versions as well to try to get the baby from breech to vertex if you want to try that as well. If you are doing a breech or VBAC birth, this is a good option because they will have the emergency c-section option available in case things start to go wrong. Again, the English communication maybe limited, but there are several doulas around who speak both English and Korean.
Doula/childbirth educator, Lisa Fincaryk, is still building her Birthing in Korea website, but if you have questions or want contacts, e-mailing her at birthinginkorea at gmail dot com and she will help you research your options.
You have choices, even in Korea.