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Reasons to prefer cash payment in South Korea 2017

Reasons for South Koreans to prefer cash payment as of November 2017

by Won So, last edited Nov 16, 2018
Reasons to prefer cash payment in South Korea 2017 This statistic shows the results of a survey asking South Koreans about the reasons to prefer cash payment as of November 2017. During the survey period, 37 percent of respondents answered that they prefer to pay with cash because the process is simple and the payment is fast.
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Reasons for South Koreans to prefer cash payment as of November 2017

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