Entrance to Korea
Foreigners wishing to enter the Republic of Korea to attend 20th International Microscopy Congress must possess a valid passport. Visitors for sightseeing or transit with confirmed outbound tickets may stay in Korea up to 30 days without visas, except those from certain countries. Any visitor from a country that has no diplomatic relations or no special visa exemption with Korea should obtain an entry visa before coming to Korea. If you are uncertain as to the requirements for entry visas to the Republic of Korea, please contact the Korean Embassy or the consulate nearest to you as soon as possible.
Click here for more information on visa-free entries for foreigners.
Korea Electronic Travel Authorization website (K-ETA)
Travelers with nationality of Visa Waiver countries are eligible to apply for K-ETA. If you do not receive a K-ETA, you will not be permitted to enter the Republic of Korea, so we recommend that you apply early.
Click here for more information on K-ETA.