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The South Korean government has announced that it will resume visa-free entry for Hong Kong residents in July.
Additional Information: Individuals can travel under K-ETA for tourism, visiting relatives or to participate in events, meeting or other non-profitable business activities. From July 1, a total of 104 countries, territories and territories are now eligible for K-ETA. More information regarding the K-ETA program is available here.
BAL Analysis: The resumption of K-ETA for Hong Kong is another major step in normalizing international travel to South Korea.
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