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Starting June 1, South Korea will enable visa-free entry to Jeju and Yangyang.
MANILA, Philippines — South Korea will begin granting visa-free entrance to Jeju Island and Yangyang on June 1, according to the Korean Embassy in Manila.
“In the case of Jeju, Filipino tourists are only permitted to enter the lovely island via direct flights and remain for up to 30 days,” the statement read.
“According to reports, certain airlines are intending to provide direct flights from the Philippines to Jeju in the near future. Tourists, on the other hand, are not permitted to travel outside of Jeju “It was also added.
Tourists from the Philippines must travel to Yangyang as part of a group tour organized by a designated travel agency.
Yangyang guests are allowed to stay for up to 15 days and move around, but only in Gangwon Province and the Seoul Metropolitan Area, according to the Embassy.
They must then return to the Philippines through Yangyang International Airport.
Tourists visiting Korea must provide a negative RT-PCR test result within 48 hours or a negative rapid antigen test result within 24 hours of their departure date.
Quarantine is waived for fully vaccinated travellers, but they must apply for a Q-CODE, a QR code that provides the visitor’s vaccination record, before leaving.
On June 1, the Korean Embassy will begin the processing and issue of all sorts of visas, including tourist visas (C-3-9).
The Embassy, on the other hand, has failed to provide detailed information on the application procedure and documentation requirements, stating only that it will do so “soon.”