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Chinese style increasingly popular in South Korea

2014-07-02 09:15:30



Chinatown in Incheon, South Korea. China and South Korea have a long history of cultural exchanges, and the “Korean wave” and “Chinese style” have both been vying for attention for a long time. In recent years, as China's influence has grown and relations between the two countries have improved, Chinese style has become popular among South Koreans. The number of students learning Chinese every year in South Korea has doubled, and Chinese culture – including characters, Confucianism and Chinese food - is everywhere. [Xinhua/ Yao qilin]

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