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Visa

There is a very flexible entry/departure policy for tourists traveling to Jeju.

If you are a citizen of one of the countries under visa exemption agreements (Table 1) or in accordance with principles of reciprocity or national interest (Table 2), you can enter Jeju directly or via Seoul (Incheon, Gimpo) with valid passport without visa.

If you are not a citizen of the countries listed in Table 1 or 2, you will need a valid passport and visa to enter mainland Korea. However, if you enter Jeju directly without connecting at Seoul (Incheon, Gimpo) or other Korean cities, and you are not a citizen of Afghanistan, Cuba, Ghana, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Nigeria, Macedonia, Palestine, Sudan, or Syria, then you will be granted visa-free entry for 30 days with a valid passport.

[Table 1] Countries under Visa Exemption Agreements
ContinentsCountry/Period(days)
Europe Austria / 90
Belgium / 90
Bulgaria / 90
Czech Republic / 90
Denmark / 90
Estonia / 90
Finland / 90
France / 90
Greece / 90
Germany / 90
Hungary / 90
Iceland / 90
Ireland / 90
Italy / 60
Liechtenstein / 90
Luxembourg / 90
Malta / 90
Netherlands / 90
Norway / 90
Portugal / 60
Poland / 90
Romania / 90
Spain / 90
Slovak Republic / 90
Sweden / 90
Switzerland / 90
United Kingdom / 90
Asia and Oceania Bangladesh / 90
Israel / 90
Malaysia / 90
New Zealand / 90
Pakistan / 90
Singapore / 90
Thailand / 90
Turkey / 90
Americas Antigua and Barbuda / 90
Bahamas / 90
Barbados / 90
Brazil / 90
Colombia / 90
Costa Rica / 90
Common wealth of
Dominica / 90
Dominican Republic / 90
El Salvador / 90
Grenada / 90
Haiti / 90
Jamaica / 90
Mexico / 90
Nicaragua / 90
Panama / 90
Peru / 90
St. Lucia / 90
St. Kitts and Nevis / 90
St. Vincent & the
Grenadines / 90
Surinam / 90
Trinidad and Tobago / 90
Africa Lesotho / 60
Liberia / 90
Morocco / 90 Tunisia / 30


[Table 2] Countries or Regions under principles of reciprocity and national interest
ContinentsCountry/Period(days)
Asia Brunei / 30
Hong Kong / 90
Japan / 90
Kuwait / 30
Macao / 30
Oman / 30
Qatar / 30
Saudi Arabia / 30
Taiwan / 30
United Arab emirates / 30
Yemen / 30
North America Canada / 180 United States / 30  
South America Argentina / 90
Chile / 90
Guatemala / 30
Honduras / 30
Paraguay / 30
Uruguay / 30
Venezuela / 30
Europe Albania / 30
Croatia / 90
Cyprus / 30
Latvia / 90
Lithuania / 90
Monaco / 30
Slovenia / 90
Vatican / 30
Oceania Australia / 90
Fiji / 30
Guam / 30
Kiribati / 30
Marshall Islands/ 30
Palau / 30
Nauru / 30
New Caledonia / 30
Africa Republic of South Africa / 30 Swaziland / 30  
 
Letter of Invitation

The secretariat will send official invitation letters upon request. Such an invitation is intended to help potential attendees raise funds or obtain visas. It is not a commitment on the part of the organizers to provide any financial support. If you need an individual invitation, please contact the secretariat, secretary@isocc.org

Your invitation letter request must include the following details:
1. Participant's Full Name
2. Department of the Organization
3. Name of the Organization (University, Company, etc.)
4. Address of the Organization
5. Telephone Number
6. E-mail Address

Jeju offers a very flexible entry/departure policy, which allows visitors to stay without a visa for up to 30 days. Visa-free Entry to Jeju: 180 Countries (Only 11 countries are required to apply for a visa: Afghanistan, Cuba, Ghana, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Nigeria, Macedonia, Palestine, Sudan, and Syria)

 

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