S. Korea ranked 16th best nation for tourism: World Economic Forum


South Korea has been ranked the 16th best
country for tourism by the World Economic Forum. This marks Korea’s highest ranking by the
non-profit so far and is a jump of three spots from 2017. The Travel and Tourism Report, which shows
the development and competitiveness of a country, states that Korea has good tourist service
infrastructure and environmental sustainability. However, the country’s price competitiveness
dropped 15 places.

2 thoughts on “S. Korea ranked 16th best nation for tourism: World Economic Forum

  1. Korea has lain. History is being rewritten selfishly.
    Female prostitution was legitimate occupation during the Second World War.
    Korean poor parents were selling their daughter to Korean's trafficker.
    Korea was Japan then and they agreed under the protection of a law as Japanese.
    It isn't a colony. School was made with Japanese money as a Japanese country and a lesson was given. Little girl buying and selling was prohibited and modal protection in those days was given. I told agricultural technique and made food production increase. Most of the people was the slave class by a slave system in Korea. It's Japan that that was freed.
    The population of the Korea increased in double by divine protection of those Japanese investment, aid and community systems development, and the life expectancy also developed on leaps and bounds.

  2. OH FUCK YOU, KOREA. LAND OF FILTHY PROSTITUTES AND SYPHILIS RIDDEN WHORES, I WOULD NEVER VISIT YOUR SHITHOLE COUNTRY IF YOU PAID ME A MILLION BUCKS, FUCK YOU, GARBAGE.

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