During his 11-day trip, the premier will be joined by Saskatchewan exporters and industry associations as part of a STEP-led delegation.
Wall calls these trade missions essential to Saskatchewan’s economy.
“We’ve seen our exports to China double in the last five years to $3.36 billion,” said Wall.
Wall also hopes to also expand Saskatchewan’s beef, agriculture, uranium and potash industries in South Korea.
This will be the premier’s third visit to China and first visit to South Korea. The mission will cost the government of Saskatchewan about $130,000.