South Korea’s borders have officially remained open, however visa issuance has been mostly suspended. Domestically, measures are in place to prevent the virus spread.
Though Korea hasn’t officially closed its borders, visa-free arrivals have been suspended, and applying for visa in advance is required for all countries. Tourist visas are being declined.
Anyone arriving to South Korea is required to undergo 14 days self-quarantine or quarantine in a national facility.
Are COVID-19 tests required to travel to South Korea?
A health screening and health questionnaire are required when arriving to South Korea.
Public transportation in South Korea is operating.
Some restaurants and bars in South Korea are open, under social distancing requirements.
Museums, parks, and art galleries have been shut down again on May 28th, due to an increase in cases.
Wearing face masks is recommended.
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