Pakistanis in South Korea

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South Korea has one of the largest Pakistani diaspora community in Asia, numbering 7,000 according to 2004/05 Pakistani government figures, or 10,423 according to 2013 South Korean government figures.[1][2] South Korea also remains a popular education destination for many Pakistanis. Apart from hundreds of self-funded Pakistani students studying in South Korean universities, Pakistan Higher Education Commission has also been sending hundreds of Pakistani students to study for MS and PhD degrees in South Korea.[3] There were 1420 Pakistanis who have married Korean women between 2001-2010 and settled permanently in South Korea.[4][5] Pakistanis make a large representation of South Korea's Muslim community.[6]

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