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How much should one tip in Korea?

Tipping is not common in Korea. Some businesses, including hotels, will add a 10% service charge to your bill after the VAT (also 10%) has been calculated. In some areas, however, due to the strong North American influence of the foreign community there, an expectation of receiving a tip is becoming increasingly common.

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