South Korea Government has announced that, starting from September 1, 2022, Jeju Island requires K-ETA (Korea Electronic Travel Authorization) for all visa-exempt travelers entering South Korea.*
*B-1 (Visa-exempted) & B-2-1 (Visa-free tourist) visas from 107 countries (5 countries previously requiring visa are excluded)
Travelers from 64 countries whose visas (B-2-2) are waived under the Jeju Special Act will not require K-ETA.
Travelers from 64 countries whose visas (B-2-2 Visa) are waived under the Jeju Special Act will not require K-ETA.
Ministry of Justice of Korea, Han Dong-Hoon said, it is “to take decisive action against acts that impede border safety and the illegal entry, stay and employment of foreigners. However, at the same time, Korea will take actions to make the process convenient and simplified for genuine tourists.”