(CNN) — For such a small country — it ranks 109th in the world for total area, right behind Iceland — South Korea sure is in the news a lot.
Occasionally that news is grim — something to do with a troublesome cousin across the border.
Sometimes it’s pure mainstream pop — a bunch of cute singers taking down Lady Gaga on the world stage.
Sometimes it’s just plain astonishing — no one throws out the first pitch at a baseball game with as much panache as South Koreans.
From the weird to the wonderful to sci-fi stuff from a Samsung galaxy far, far away, here are things South Korea pulls off more spectacularly than anywhere else.
More story at 10 things South Korea does better than anywhere else – CNN.com.
CEO Jane got the Award for ‘Korea Sharing 2013′
CEO Jane Han got the Award for ‘Korea Sharing 2013′ by the Mayor of Seoul Metropolitan City. During 2013, CEO Jane has been do for the social responsibility for overseas, such as ‘Classroom Donation to a village in Philippines’, volunteer medical service in Indonesia, etc. Every year, CEO Jane is sharing her time and energy for company’s social responsibility not only for Korea, but also for the world.
Director Ms. Sandra Kim of Jane Tour & DMC Busan Office
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CEO Jane Han got the Award for USD5,000,000 Club at the 40th Korea Tourism Day 2013
The number of medical tourists to Korea is expected to reach about 1 million in 2020, generating 3.5 trillion won (US$3.2 billion) in revenue.
According to the Korea Tourism Organization, the number of tourists who visit Korea for medical treatment is forecast to more than double to 998,000 in 2020 from about 399,000 in 2013.
The tourism organization said tourists’ per-capita medical expenditures in Korea this year will be about 2.53 million won (US$2,358.65) and expect it to reach 3.56 million won (US$3,318.10) in 2020, generating 3.5 trillion won (US$3.3 billion) of revenue in 2020, compared to about 1 trillion won in 2013.
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Medical Tourism: Medical Tourists to Korea Expected to Reach One Million per Year in 2020 | BusinessKorea.