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Why It Hurts Less Now As China Punishes South Korea With Tourism Cuts

South Korea needs the tourism for economic diversification and Chinese made up nearly half all arrivals when tourism there peaked in 2016. Now experts point to signs of bottoming out. Chinese tourists still covet trips to South Korea for its close proximity and plethora of budget carriers . Some want to learn about South Korea’s historical cultural links with their own country and the source of Korean drama that’s a rage on Chinese television. It’s too early to say for sure that Chinese will restart trips, and any increase would take time to rebuild. But signs are emerging. “It will take six months before group tourism will rebound because of time needed to organize and market tours,” says Charles Morrison, a senior scholar with the East-West Center think tank in Honolulu. “Individual tourism from China, however, is beginning to recover already, although it also takes time to plan vacations.” In December travel agencies in Beijing and the Chinese province of Shandong started selling Korea tour packages, Yonhap news agency reported. More on Forbes: Why North Korea's Strongman Kim Jong-un Is Emerging From Isolation The two sides’ foreign ministries agreed in October to normalize relations , and Korean President Moon Jae-in's upbeat state visit to China in December further eased the bad mood of a year ago. But China won’t push its travel agencies, many of them state-run, too fast in case South Korea and its neighbors imagine the boycotts don’t work, says Leif-Eric Easley, associate professor of international studies at Ewha University in Seoul.

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South Korea issues visa advisory for Filipino travellers - Khaleej Times

Changes were implemented due to the increase in visa applicants. South Korea, a popular travel destination among Filipinos, recently announced a change in tourist visa application for Filipinos, following substantial increase in the number of applicants. The Embassy of the Republic of Korea in the Philippines wrote on their Facebook page: 'In the near future, walk-in applicants will no longer be accepted.' Only travel agencies will be allowed to file tourist visa applications on behalf of travellers. Since the embassy will no longer accept walk-in applicants, it stated that it will be designating several travel agencies in the Philippines to facilitate the application for tourist visa - also known as the temporary visitor's visa. Hence, only the designated travel agencies will be authorised to apply for visas at the embassy. Moreover, the ten agencies which were already selected for group visa are automatically included in the designated travel agency category. The temporary tourist visa can be used for both tourism and business and is granted for a stay of up to 59 days or less. According to the embassy's website , Philippine passport holders are not required to pay any fees for the said visa type.

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