Can I Travel to South Korea?

South Korea will gradually relax mandatory quarantine rules to attract more international travelers as part of efforts to support a rebound in the tourism industry.

On October 8, the city-state concluded a “travel bubble” agreement with South Korea, allowing fully vaccinated Singaporean travelers to freely roam the country without quarantine after submitting a negative test for COVID-19 upon entry. .

Tourists from Singapore entered South Korea on November 15, making them the first group of foreign tourists to visit Korea after the COVID-19 pandemic broke out.

The government will expand the list of countries for non-quarantine travel gradually after monitoring the COVID-19 situation in each nation, and will gradually resume the visa waiver and visa-free entry programs that have been suspended due to the pandemic and It will begin resuming international flights at regional airports later this month.

“Our goal is to attract 25 million international tourists by 2025,” said Culture, Sports and Tourism Minister Hwang Hee.


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