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South Korea Quarantine Requirements: What you need to know
iVisa
5 min read
Updated on May 14, 2024

Please note that The South Korea Health Declaration Form is no longer required.

Due to COVID-19 recent developments, these are South Korea Quarantine Requirements: All inbound travelers to the country 1) must present a PCR COVID-19 negative test issued with a maximum 72 hours time period, 2) must quarantine during 14 days, and 3) after the quarantine, they must get COVID-19 tested again. Foreign nationals will serve the quarantine at a designated government facility, and they have to cover the cost.

As a foreign national, you won’t only need to meet these South Korea Quarantine Requirements, but also you will require a South Korea ETA to get into the country. iVisa.com can help you to get your K-ETA smoothly and quickly. We have designed an online service tailored for those who need to take care of more important matters.

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What is iVisa.com’s process?

  • Click here and fill in our online form with your information.
  • Attach a digital image of your passport main page.
  • Select a processing speed to receive your K-ETA
  • Pay with your Paypal account, credit, or debit card
  • Submit your online form. Our immigration experts will overview it.
  • Check and obtain your K-ETA via inbox.
  • Print your ETA and travel happily.

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Is it worth applying in advance?

Of course, it is. If you apply in advance, you will have more time to deal with the South Korea Quarantine Requirements. You don’t need to worry about your K-ETA because if you apply now, iVisa.com and our team of experts will ensure you get your document right on time for your trip.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Are all foreign nationals eligible to apply for a K-ETA?

No. Only foreign national from these 21 countries are eligible to get a K-ETA: Albania, Andorra, Barbados, Dominica, Guyana, Holy See, Ireland, Malta, Mexico, Monaco, New Caledonia, Nicaragua, Palau, San Marino, Slovenia, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Vincent, the United Kingdom, the United States, and Venezuela.

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Do I need a COVID vaccine or vaccination certificate to enter South Korea?

No, you don't. As of today, COVID vaccination passports or certificates are not mandatory to enter South Korea.

Please note that All COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted.

Since information may change quickly, we advise you to follow up on the latest South Korea travel updates and/or contact your local embassy.

Is it mandatory to present a negative result from a COVID-19 test to visit South Korea?

Please note that All COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted.

Do I need to quarantine?

  • Quarantine requirements: There are no quarantine requirements.

Do I need to apply for the K-ETA only once in a lifetime?

No. K-ETAs are valid for two years. Therefore, after this period, you will need to apply again for a new K-ETA. Bear in mind you will also be required to reapply in case of expiration or loss of your passport.

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What is the maximum time I am allowed to stay with my K-ETA?

The maximum time to stay in South Korea with your ETA changes depending on your nationality. Not all of them have the same time limit.

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I have a friend in South Korea. Can I spend my quarantine there?

According to the South Korea Quarantine Requirements, the answer is no. Only parents, grandparents, sons, and legal partners can spend their quarantine at their Korean national or long-term resident's place of residence instead of a government facility.

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What will I need to be ready for my application process?

How much are iVisa.com’s fares to procure my K-ETA?

  • Standard Processing Speed - Obtain your K-ETA in 4 days, paying a USD $64.99 fare
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  • Super Rush Processing Speed: Secure your K-ETA in 24 hours, paying a USD $149.99 fare.

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Where shall I encounter more information on iVisa.com’s processes?

To get more specific information about iVisa.com or the South Korea Quarantine requirements, your easiest option is to write to our Customer Support Representatives.

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