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The South Korean government has announced that all visa-waiver travelers are required to apply for Korea Electronic Travel Authorization (K-ETA) when entering Jeju Island.
Additional Information: South Korean authorities implemented the K-ETA requirement for Jeju Island because of an increase in number of foreign nationals who were denied K-ETA and traveled to the island before transiting to mainland South Korea. Eligible visa-waiver nationals can travel without a visa under K-ETA for tourism, visiting relatives or to participate in events, meetings or other non-profitable business activities. More information regarding the K-ETA program is available here.
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