Passport & VISA Information
Any foreign visitors wishing to enter the Republic of Korea must have a valid passport and obtain a Korean visa before coming. But people of 99 countries who want to visit Korea temporarily are permitted to enter without a visa according to visa-exemption agreements, or in accordance with principles reciprocity or national interest.
- Korea is a very safe country for tourists and a very good place for convention and conference.
- Regarding with this, Korea has made visa waiver agreements with about 180 countries.
- And also tourists who are not in visa-waived-countries, but directly enter into Jeju island, can stay 30 days without visa.
- For further information, visit the following website: More Information (Hi KOREA)
Currency & Credit card
• The Korean Won is the unit of Korean currency. Credit cards, e.g. VISA, Master Card, American Express and Diners Club, are widely accepted in most restaurants and hotels.
• Outlets for 220 Volts are commonly available in hotels and other facilities in Korea. Please check the power supply before using equipment.
• Tipping is not a traditional Korean custom. A 10% service charge is added to your bill at all tourist hotels and so tipping is not expected. It is not necessary to tip a taxi driver unless he assists you with luggage or provides an extra service.
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