• K-ETA Temporarily Exempt for 22 Countries

        • 03/30/2023


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  • To commemorate “Visit Korea Year 2023-2024,"  K-ETA will temporarily be exempt for 22 countries, starting April 1, 2023.

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    April 1, 2023 – December 31, 2024
    K-ETA exempt countries: 22 countries
    Asia (5 countries): Japan, Taiwan, Macau, Hong Kong, Singapore
    Europe (13 countries): Netherlands, Norway, Denmark, Germany, Belgium, Sweden, Spain, United Kingdom, Austria, Italy, France, Finland, Poland
    Americas & Oceania (4 countries): United States (including Guam), Canada, New Zealand, Australia
    * Travelers who already have K-ETA can use it until the expiration date

    Official K-ETA Website: http://www.K-ETA.go.kr
    Mobile Application: K-ETA

    Recently, there have been cases of fake websites that look very similar to the K-ETA official website scamming users into paying unreasonably expensive application fees. The official cost of K-ETA is 10,000 won, or approximately $9.00 (USD).

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