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BUSAN, South Korea -- The city of Busan said that it will hold the medical tourism information session in Shenzhen to attract Chinese patients Sept. 23rd to 26th. 

Over 14,000 foreign patients came to Busan for medical tourism last year, with 11.8 percent of that number being Chinese. That is second largest portion of the total medical tourists. The most popular treatments were routine health checks, followed by oriental medicine, plastic surgery and other beauty-related operations. 

Wealthy people from China prefer Korean beauty or plastic surgery over local treatments.

Source: Busan eFM News

City to Hold Medical Tourism Session in Shenzen


BUSAN, South Korea — The city of Busan said that it will hold the medical tourism information session in Shenzhen to attract Chinese patients Sept. 23rd to 26th. 

Over 14,000 foreign patients came to Busan for medical tourism last year, with 11.8 percent of that number being Chinese. That is second largest portion of the total medical tourists. The most popular treatments were routine health checks, followed by oriental medicine, plastic surgery and other beauty-related operations. 

Wealthy people from China prefer Korean beauty or plastic surgery over local treatments.

Source: Busan eFM News


 

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