Would YOUR company do this? Chinese beauty firm spends £15.7million taking its 6,000 employees on an extravagant holiday to South Korea
A Chinese beauty company has shelled out over £15.7million to take around 6,000 of its employees to Incheon, South Korea, for its annual holiday.
The employees of Aurance Group took more than 150 flights from 24 different cities in China to reach their destination, according to Huanqiu, an affiliate of People’s Daily Online.
It is the biggest single tour group to arrive in South Korea. So far, their activities have included a huge beer and fried chicken party, visits to filming locations and a gala event.
A receptionist of the Guangzhou-based company told MailOnline that the trip was part of the company’s annual holiday and they are scheduled to return by the beginning of next week.
Due to the number of people in the tour group, the employees had to be divided into groups.
The first batch of some 200 people arrived on March 26. The second batch was 2,700 people, who landed on March 27, while the final group of 3,000 people arrived on March 28.
They are spread out between 1,500 rooms of 26 different hotels in three different cities in the Incheon area.