In 2012, nearly 150,000 inbound travelers went under the knife in Korea to sharpen their edge in looks. Industry researchers were baffled by this growth, which represented a 100% increase, so they began to probe factors behind the acceleration. “More than 60 percent of these patients are Chinese nationals, while there was a steep rise in the number of patients coming from countries such as the United States, Japan, Singapore and Europe,” according to the Korea Tourism Organization.
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