Pre-Travel COVID-19 Test is Not Required to Enter Korea From September 3

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Until now, incoming travelers had to bring a certificate of negative PCR test result that is tested within 48 hours prior to the departure date. However, from September 3, 2022, travelers will no longer be required to take the pre-travel COVID-19 test when entering Korea.

But taking a PCR test within 24 hours of arrival remains in place, so don’t forget to take the test after entering Korea.

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