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South Korea ETA for Citizens of the United States
4 min read
Updated on May 14, 2024

In case you are an American citizen wishing to visit South Korea, you won’t need a visa to enter the Asian country. Although, you will require a South Korea ETA for Citizens of the United States, an electronic travel authorization. iVisa.com can help you to run this chore without wasting your time or energy through our online service to process your South Korea ETA for Citizens of the United States.

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iVisa.com is aware you have to take care of more important things related to your daily life. Our online application process will take you up to 10 minutes, and then we will do the rest to get your South Korea ETA for Citizens of the United States.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What will be my K-ETA expiration date?

Your South Korea ETA for Citizens of the United States expiration date will be 2 years after arrival. Once this date arrives, you will need a new ETA. Please also consider, you will require a new one if your passport is not valid anymore or if you cannot encounter it.

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Is it possible to stay as long as my ETA is valid?

No, despite your South Korea ETA for Citizens of the United States is valid for 2 years after arrival, you can only stay up to 90 days Per Entry in South Korea.

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What sort of documents are requested to process my ETA?

  • Your valid Passport -the digital version of your principal passport page.
  • Valid Email address - to keep in touch
  • Payment Mechanism - you can use credit, or debit card.

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How much does the South Korea ETA for Citizens of the United States cost?

  • Standard Processing Time - By paying USD $64.99, you receive your K-ETA in 4 days
  • Rush Processing Time - By paying USD $103.99, you obtain your K-ETA in 2 days
  • Super Rush Processing Time: By paying USD $149.99, you acquire your K-ETA in 24 hours.

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What to do If I require more insights?

In case you require more insights, please refer to our Customer Care Agents, who are available all day long to solve your concerns.

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Can I trust iVisa.com’s services?

iVisa.com’s services have helped thousands of customers to make their pre-trip arrangement easier by saving their time and energy. Most importantly, we have processed their travel document with no problem.

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iVisa.com recommends

Go hiking on Jeju, South Korea's largest island. The volcanic landscape here is best-viewed walking. The trails (olle) of Jeju form a network of 26 routes that you can do in half-day or one day. They have a total of 430 kilometers, where you can admire the enchanting natural scenery of the island, and you must check the top of Halla-san, the highest peak in Korea.

The Olle 1 trail is probably the best to start with. It begins in Siheung near Seongsan-ri and connects the most rural part of the island along 15 kilometers. This path runs between agricultural plots cultivated by old ladies, oreum (craters) where cows and horses graze freely and a path to the coastline that reaches the Seongsan Ilchul-bong, the most impressive attraction on the island: a dormant tuff volcano.

The remaining routes extend between 5 and 22.9 kilometers and limit along the Jeju coast (with some detours inland) and three of the outer islands, Gapado, Chujado and Udo. The latter island boasts brilliant white sand and deep blue water between a jagged coastline and rugged hills. Inside we will find a museum dedicated to the haenyeo, the recreation of a town that illustrates traditional life, the Gimnyeong Labyrinth park and the solidified lava tubes of Manjang-gul.

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