Gangnam district in Seoul, where participants will meet with business leaders.

The Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce is leading an eight-day business mission to South Korea at the end of November.

Participating companies will meet with business and government leaders in the cities of Seoul, Incheon and Busan.

Gwinnett County, which has an increasingly diverse population of about 800,000, last year launched a sister-community agreement with Gangnam, an affluent district of Seoul. Chamber leaders have frequently traveled to Korea on followup business missions.

As a result of their efforts, the chamber is hosting a representative for the Korean Small and Medium Business Corp. for a three-year term. The goal is to help Korean companies establish operations in Georgia.

Business-to-business matchmaking opportunities are available on the mission, which will take place from Nov. 28-Dec. 5.

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