Seoul Easily Remains Top Choice for Japanese and Chinese Tourists

While Chinese and Japanese tourists take up the most number of foreign tourists visiting South Korea, where they visit in the nation have been found to be different.

According to statistics revealed by the Korea Tourism Organization today, both Japanese and Chinese tourists have picked Seoul as the most sought out city to visit in South Korea, second on the list has been split to Busan and Jeju city.

While some 73% of Japanese tourists and 79.1% of Chinese tourists chose Seoul city as the number 1 destination to go to in South Korea, Japanese tourists chose Busan as second at 16.5% and Chinese tourists chose Jeju city at 13.3%.

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