This past may has apparently been phenomenal for people traveling from China to South Korea. It seems that travel on that route has increased by 28% since last year. The numbers from this may show that 1.69 million people flew from China to South Korea.
It would also seem that the denomination of the Japanese Yen has also made travel between South Korea and Japan very popular according to the annual analysis made in May 2014 and May 2015. This data was released by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport.
South Korea is very excited over this news and considers it to be positive. The 16 foreign-only gambling establishments that they have are currently trying to target and cater to Japanese and Chinese guests. This also includes Kongwon Land which is one of the biggest gambling halls in the world. More casinos are also in the works with one location which will be very close to Incheon International Airport. There is also another resort which will be built on Jeju.
This resort is part of a Genting Singapore Plc investment. Jeju already has several casino resorts arranged in a cluster. The island can be reached by air or water and they offer visa-free access for people who have Chinese passports from the mainland.