Why Is South Korea The Most Influent Country In The World ?

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Final Year Essay
Economic development in South Korea
First of all, I decided to do my final year essay on South Korea’s marketing because I’m a massive fan of this country. Indeed, I have chosen economics as my study option. Then, it was obvious to talk about the Mark in South Korea during a whole year.
I had to answer a question which was “Why South Korea will soon be the most influent country in the world ?”. Through different themes, I’m going to answer to this question again.

However, I would like to remind you what the market is. It comes from the verb “to market”. It’s a process of communicating the value of a product or service to consumers, for the purpose of selling that ...view middle of the document...

It is also important to know that the unemployment rate is 3.6% which is a very low rate. For example, in Belgium, the unemployment rate is 8.4%.
The adult literacy is almost perfect with a rate of 98%.

South korea is also the heart of multinationa corporations, Samsung is a society created by a south-korean called Lee Byung Chull. He only had less than 25 euros to become an owner. Today, Samsung’s sales figures are more than 320 billion euros and its benefits are 30 billion euros. It sells more smartphones than the other famous and big society Apple. Samsung not only sells smartphones, they also offer cooking lessons. They even created a theme park called “Samsung everland”.

About sports, kim Yuna is a south-korean ice-skater who had won two times the ice-skating cup during the Olympic games.
In addition, Olympic games of 2018 will take place in Pyeongchang (not Pyeongyang) in S. korea

Furthermore, South Korea always have to be first. Here, we only have the 4G, which is the network of 4th generation, since a few months but in S. Korea, they have the 4G since 2010 and they already think about the 5G. It...

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