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BUSAN, South Korea -- Busan-Gyeongnam Chinese Students Association jointly with MK Medical Co, Ltd,  a Korean medical tourism company, invited twenty parents of Chinese students to Busan August 8-11. The parents experienced professional medical tourism in Busan. 

They visited the universities their children attend and Busan's major attractions. They were impressed with our safe, clean city environments where their children study and reside. They also received health checkups.    

The Busan Foundation for International Activities and the Korea Tourism Organization hosted the welcome ceremony for the parents at Homers Hotel in Suyeong-gu on August 9th

Parents of Chinese Students in Busan Invited for Medical Tourism


BUSAN, South Korea – Busan-Gyeongnam Chinese Students Association jointly with MK Medical Co, Ltd,  a Korean medical tourism company, invited twenty parents of Chinese students to Busan August 8-11. The parents experienced professional medical tourism in Busan. 

They visited the universities their children attend and Busan’s major attractions. They were impressed with our safe, clean city environments where their children study and reside. They also received health checkups.    

The Busan Foundation for International Activities and the Korea Tourism Organization hosted the welcome ceremony for the parents at Homers Hotel in Suyeong-gu on August 9th

The Chinese students had a wonderful time with their parents visiting Busan City Hall, Busan Foundation for International Activities, and Busan’s attractions, including Dalmaji-gil, Shinsegae Department Stores and Gwangalli Beach. The students acted as translators and tour guides for their parents.

Source: Busan City News


 

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