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After tourists from China commit violent crimes in Jeju Island, South Korea blocks some Chinese visitors from visiting the resort getaway during the Golden Week holiday

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ince 2002, more than 99 percent of the visitors to South Korea's Jeju Island have come from China, but a spate of crimes by Chinese tourists last month has led authorities to limit access.
8 months ago
Amedeo Tumolillo
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