Now apply online and get an electronic travel permit to travel conveniently.
No. If you need to go through check-in process after entering the country to recheck the luggage, you NEED to get K-ETA.
Yes, One applicant can apply for up to 30 people, such as family members, and can proceed with the K-ETA payment as well.
When typing in the place of residence, you can enter the address of the place you are typically staying. If you roughly enter the street name address, many similar name addresses may be searched. Therefore, when entering an address, you can easily search by entering the five-digit postal code and the address of the street name in English (excluding building numbers/special symbols).
1. If the payment window does not appear even though you clicked the payment button, please check if the pub-up blocking function of your Internet browser is turned off. (It is recommended to use Chrome because Safari sometimes does not work.)
2. If the payment window appears, enter your card number, and the payment is not completed, please check the message that appears after the payment. An error usually occurs when you use a card that does not match the card number or is not available card.
If you do not meet the above, please contact KORETA.
Korea Electronic Travel Authorization is a system in which foreigners who want to enter Korea for the purpose of sightseeing, visiting relatives, participating in various events or meetings, or commercial business (excluding those for profit) receive travel permits online.
They are citizens of countries (66 countries) that have signed visa exemption agreements with the Republic of Korea and countries and regions (46 countries) that are allowed to enter without certificates. Foreigners who want to enter the Republic of Korea for the purpose of sightseeing, visiting relatives, participating in various events or meetings, and commercial purposes (excluding those for profit purposes) are eligible. ※ Please check the table below for countries eligible for K-ETA application.
Countries that sign visa exemption agreements and countries that allow entry without certificates
1. Countries with visa exemption agreements (66 countries in total)
Asia (7 countries): Malaysia, Singapore, United Arab Emirates, Israel, Kazakhstan, Thailand, Turkey
Americas (25 countries): Guatemala, Grenada, Nicaragua, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Barbados, Bahamas, Venezuela, Brazil, St. Lucia, St. Vincent Grenadine, St. Kitznevis, Suriname, Haiti, Antigua-Barbuda, El Salvador, Uruguay, Jamaica, Chile, Costa Rica, Colombia, Trinidad-Tobago, Panama, Peru
Europe (30 countries): Greece, Netherlands, Norway, Denmark, Germany, Latvia, Russia, Romania, Luxembourg, Lithuania, Liechtenstein, Malta, Belgium, Bulgaria, Sweden, Switzerland, Spain, Slovakia, Iceland, Ireland, Estonia, United Kingdom, Austria, Italy, Czech Republic, Portugal, Poland, Finland, Hungary
Oceania (one country): New Zealand
Africa (three countries): Lesotho, Morocco, and Tunisia
2. Countries that allow entry without certificates (46 countries in total)
Asia (10 countries): Bahrain, Brunei, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar, Macau, Japan, Kuwait, Hong Kong, Taiwan
Americas (7 countries): United States, Canada, Guyana, Argentina, Honduras, Paraguay, Ecuador
Europe (11 countries): Monaco, Montenegro, Vatican, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cyprus, San Marino, Andorra, Albania, Croatia, Serbia, Slovenia
Oceania (13 countries): Guam, Nauru, New Caledonia, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Kiribati, Palau, Fiji, Tonga, Tuvalu, Australia
Africa (5 countries): South Africa, Mauritius, Seychelles, Swaziland, Botswana
Mandatory, nationals of
K-ETA countries who have not been issued a K-ETA are not allowed to board
aircraft and ships bound for South Korea.
You must have a valid
passport and e-mail address, a credit card and a debit card to pay the K-ETA
application fee. Also, we need a photo file to upload a picture of your face.
Generally, it is not more than 90 days, but the period of stay in Korea varies depending on your nationality, so please check the stay schedule for each country below.
* Period of stay by country
REPUBLIC OF SERBIA(90)
You must apply at least
72 hours before boarding aircraft and ships bound for Korea.
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