This will be the seventh and final overseas economic development mission of his two terms.
Hogan will lead a delegation to Seoul and Jeju Province. The governor’s office announced that it will sign a memorandum of understanding with Jeju Province to expand cooperation in tourism, agriculture, trade and commerce.
Hogan will also meet South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol.
Hogan will also lead a delegation to Tokyo, where he will meet with leaders from the Japan External Trade Organization, Hitachi and Keidanren. It is also set to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Maryland-Kanagawa sister states relationship and announce a new Maryland Global Gateway exchange.
The governor is also scheduled to meet with US Ambassador to Japan Rahm Emanuel.