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Australia – South Korea relations are foreign relations between the Australia and South Korea. Both countries established diplomatic relations on May 1963.

During the Korean War, Australia has sent 17,000 soldiers to offer military cooperation with South Korea.

Prime minister of Australia, John Howard visited Seoul in 2000 while South Korean president Kim Dae-Jung came into Canberra in 1999 and Ban Ki Moon, Minister of foreign affairs and trade once again in 2004.[1] According to the 2006 Census, there are 60,873 Australians of Korean origin.

Economic ties has been strengthened while trade value between the two reached 18 billion dollars in 2007.[2]

See also

External links


  1. ^ Encyclopepia - Bilaterial Relations with Australia and S.Korea
  2. ^ (Korean)Greetings in Korean embassy


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