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What missiles? Unfazed South Koreans flock to Guam

Island's new top tourist demographic shrugs off Pyongyang's threats

Tourists enjoy the beach in Guam's Tumon district in August.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- Guam's $1.7 billion tourism industry continues to enjoy record growth despite recent obstacles, not the least of which is North Korea's threat to send four missiles splashing down into the waters near the western Pacific island. 

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