South Korea is known for its beautiful landscapes, rich culture, amazing food, and in recent times, its pop culture.
South Korean Tourist Visa
South Korea provides an e-visa for tourists for up to 90 days.
Do I need a South Korea Visa?
Foreigners traveling to South Korea from visa-free countries must carry the K-ETA (Electronic Travel Authorization) with them
A total of 112 countries' passport holders can travel visa-free to South Korea
- European Union (except Cyprus)
- Antigua and Barbuda
- Costa Rica
- Dominican Republic
- El Salvador
- Hong Kong
- New Zealand
- Saint Kitts and Nevis
- Saint Lucia
- Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
- Trinidad and Tobago
- United Arab Emirates
- United Kingdom
- United States
Less than 30 days
- Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Marshall Islands
- New Caledonia
- San Marino
How do I apply for a South Korean Visa?
Total processing time: 5-10 working days
Entry type: Single entry and multiple entries
To apply for a Visa, you will be required to have the following documents ready:
- Passport- minimum 6 months of validity with 3 empty pages.
- Digital photographs / 2 passport-size photocopies
- Fee (e-payment, credit card, etc)
- Travel details/Return flight/Itenary
- Original Bank statement- displaying sufficient funds for a period of stay
- Cover letter - from sponsor (if any)
- Accommodation proofs
Applying for a South Korean Visa:
Here’s how you can apply for a South Korean visa:
Step 1: Login and fill out the online Visa application form(link)
Step 2: Make an online visa payment (e-payment) and apply. Provide an invite confirmation letter (in case of sponsors)
Step 3: Await the processing and review at the Visa portal
Step 4: Receive confirmation online & take a printout of the E-Visa
Step 5: Get your passport stamped after clearing the immigration interview upon arrival
Why apply for a visa with BDATrip?
BDATrip provides a quick and simple procedure to get your travel visa. We provide 24/7 customer service to help you with all your queries. We will also keep you updated with the latest information about your visa process through email or phone.