If you want to correct a mistake on your South Korean ETA

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If you want to correct a mistake on your South Korean ETA

South Korea requires an ETA, or Electronic Travel Authorization, for citizens of certain countries to enter the country.

Applicants should carefully check all the information provided on the South Korea ETA application is correct before submitting the online form. This is because even minor errors may result in a delay.

How can I check the result of the South Korea K-eTA visa waiver
application?

Your ETA status information can be found by sending us a WhatsApp.

Suppose you have submitted your South Korea visa waiver application. In that case, you can check your visa status by visiting the Ministry of Justice website.

You can also contact them on their hotline at (02) 3466-1111 and ask for an update on your application.

What do I need to prepare to fill out the K-ETA application form?

To apply for the K-eTA, you need a valid passport, e-mail address, and a credit or debit card to pay the application fee.

You will also need an identification number if you apply with your PC instead of your mobile device. To complete the application process.

List of countries whose citizens are eligible for the K-eTA.

Where can I apply for a South Korea K-eTA?

Suppose you are interested in traveling to South Korea for short-term tourism or business activities. In that case, you should apply for the K-eTA. It is the most efficient and easiest way to obtain authorization to enter the country.

To obtain a visa to visit for extended periods or other purposes, such as a South Korean work visa or business visa, you need to contact the nearest diplomatic office of the country they are visiting.

Which countries need the K-ETA for South Korea?

American citizens are eligible to submit a K-eTA to South Korea.

In addition, citizens of these visa-exempt countries can come to South Korea with a K-ETA:

– Albania
– Andorra
– Austria
– Barbados
– Belgium
– Bulgaria
– Croatia
– Czech Republic
– Denmark
– Dominica
– Estonia
– Finland
– France
– Germany
– Greece
– Guyana
– Hungary
– Iceland
– Ireland
– Italy
– Latvia
– Liechtenstein
– Lithuania
– Luxembourg
– Malta
– Mexico
– Monaco
– Netherlands
– New Caledonia
– Nicaragua
– Norway
– Palau
– Poland
– Portugal
– Republic of Cyprus
– Romania
– Saint Kitts and Nevis
– Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
– San Marino
– Slovakia
– Slovenia
– Spain
– Sweden
– Switzerland
– United Kingdom
– United States
– Vatican City
– Venezuela

How long can I stay in Korea if I have a K-ETA?

The maximum stay for a business person with a K-ETA is 90 days.

Generally up to 90 days, but the allowed period of stay may differ by the nationality.

What is K-ETA?

K-ETA is an online authorisation that foreign visitors need to obtain before entering the Republic of Korea, for tourist purposes, or those who are visiting relatives.

The application process can be done online and applicants typically receive a response within 72 hours. The K-ETA must be renewed every year, with multiple entries allowed, and the fee is set at $48.

Do I require a visa for South Korea?

It depends on your nationality. Most countries worldwide have a visa-free option for South Korean nationals by registering on a website. This can be done in the shortest time possible and is available for K-eTA.

Foreigners must apply for one of the following South Korean visas before visiting. Please use the visa checker at the top of this page to determine your nationality’s specific requirements.

How can I apply for a K-eTA to come to South Korea?

If you have a passport from one of the following countries, get a K-ETA to South Korea:

Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Singapore (14 days), Spain, Sweden, Switzerland (4 months or less), United Kingdom.

You can apply for an K-eTA to South Korea through a simple online form that takes only a few minutes to complete.

With Aid-Air’s auxiliary service, you don’t need to fill out forms. Just send us a passport photo and a passport photo on WhatsApp.

Who need to apply for K-ETA?

K-eTA is a system which provides business travelers with an electronic travel authorization. This authorization is awarded automatically to the nationals of the 66 Visa Waiver Countries and nationals of 46 designated Visa Free Countries.

Foreign nationals intending to enter South Korea for tourism, visiting relatives, events or meetings, or if they plan to make any sort of business transactions need a K-eTA.
Please refer to Mandatory K-ETA required countries.

Is the South Korea K-ETA a single or multiple entry visa waiver?

The K-ETA is a visa for South Korea that allows a person to multiple entries and stay in the country for up to 30 days with each visit.

It is issued for people who are engaged in the following activities in South Korea: as a journalist, as a media representative, who is not a businessperson, and who are employed by an international agency. The K-ETA visa does not allow its holders to engage in other activities, such as domestic employment.