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April 03, 2014
A driving instructor (L) gives a lecture as Chinese applicants look at a TV screen showing sample questions,...
SIHEUNG, South Korea
Driving instructor gives a lecture as Chinese applicants look at a TV screen showing sample questions...
A driving instructor (L) gives a lecture as Chinese applicants look at a TV screen showing sample questions, written in Chinese, for a driver's license test at a driving school in Siheung March 27, 2014. Chinese shoppers already have a seemingly insatiable appetite for South Korean pop music, TV dramas, cosmetics and fashion. Now they're after another must-have item: a driver's licence.
In China, would-be drivers can wait up to a year for a licence and pay double the $420 that one costs in South Korea. That has fuelled a boom in Chinese visitors taking South Korean driving tests and converting the licences when they get home. Picture taken March 27, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT)
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