Duc, sequere, aut de via decede!

0.5% (46 000 persons) of people in Seoul are not Korean, Korean-Chinese; or US, Chinese or Taiwanese passport holders

September 11th, 2011 . by Errol

Out of a total population of 10.29 million residents, 281,780 “foreigners” reside in Seoul “Special City.”

Of those 281,780 foreigners:

(1) 186,631 people, or 66 percent, were (Chinese passport holders) of Korean ethnicity.

(2) Holders of Chinese passports (of non-Korean ethnicity) represented the second biggest foreign population in Seoul with 29,901 residents

(3) Next were US passport holders* with 9,999 residents**

(4) In 4th place were Taiwanese passport holders with 8,717 residents

Korean Chinese account for nearly 70% of “foreigners” in Seoul

The Korea Times, The Day Before Chuseok 2011.

* How many are kyopi?

** Does Robert Harley (sic) now reside in Seoul? How was he counted, categorised, classified, stereotyped?

Deck the Halls

The Chosun Ilbo, 25 February, 2011

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