Spending of Chinese Tourists in Korea !
Most Chinese tourists stay in Seoul for six days and spend an average of $ 250 per day, according to a recent survey. The results are based on a survey of 2.22 million Chinese visited the country in 2011. The results showed that 91.1 per cent remained in the capital for an average of six days and spent $ 250 per day, mostly on purchases. Their favorite destinations were Myeong-dong (69.2 percent) and Dongdaemun market (66.7 percent).
Female spendingThe survey shows a slight female preponderance, with 51 percent of all Chinese tourists in 2011 were women, against 43 percent in 2007. Chinese are also more likely than tourists from most other countries to travel in groups. People in their 40s were the majority group visits, while those in their 20s were more likely to have organized their own trips. They tend to stay a little longer, but spend less, the survey showed. By age group, people in their 20s accounted for 26 percent of all Chinese tourists in Korea in 2011. The corresponding percentages for those in their 30s and 40s were slightly less than 23 percent...