North Korea tensions impact tourism in South Korea

With a potential nuclear conflict on the Korean Peninsula again being discussed by the world's media, the tourism industry in South Korea is suffering. The number of visitors from China has already fallen by 70 percent.

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    With a potential nuclear conflict on the Korean Peninsula again being discussed by the world's media, the tourism industry in South Korea is suffering.

    The number of visitors from China has already fallen by 70 percent.

    Al Jazeera's Andrew Thomas reports from the North Korea-South Korea border.


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