Not even a nuclear crisis can keep South Korean tourists away from Guam

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Not even a nuclear crisis can keep South Korean tourists away from Guam
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Travel agents in Guam and South Korea say they have fielded lots of inquiries from South Koreans, who make up about 46 percent visitors to the U.S. territory. But few have actually canceled their vacations since North Korea threatened to launch a nuclear attack against the island, the Herald Business News and Guam's Pacific Daily News reported this week.

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