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March 22, 2017

South Korea only made its first big splash into U.S. commercial real estate in 2009. Since then, South Korean investors, mainly life insurance companies and pension funds, have taken a selective, yet aggressive, approach at buying up mainly Class A assets in the United States, explains Miyeon Lee, Director for JLL’s Asia Pacific Capital Markets team, in the video below.

Read about how South Korea is experiencing a surge of interest in real estate debt as the country continues another record year in outbound real estate investment.

Miyeon Lee
Director, JLL Capital Markets, Asia Pacific

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