For all foreigners who wish to travel to Korea short or long term, please read the below information regarding COVID regulations.
From midnight on September 3rd, all domestic and foreigners arriving in Korea are no longer need to submit pre-entry tests (PCR or RAT) and negative certificates for all incoming travelers, based on arrival (entry) time in Korea.
However, PCR test within 1 day after entry (Accepted until the next day of entry date) regardless of vaccination or age, is mandatory and must upload the results into the Q-Code System. A RAT test within 6-7 days is also recommended.
* Until 23:59 pm on September 2nd, all incoming Koreans and foreigners should submit a negative result from PCR test taken within the 48 hours prior to entry, or a RAT taken in the preceding 24 hours. Passenger who fail to show a negative test result (including those who hold a non-conforming certificate) is not allowed to enter Korea, regardless of vaccination status.
PCR test within 1 day after entry (Accepted until the next day of entry date) regardless of vaccination or age, is mandatory and must upload the results into the Q-Code System.
From 8th June, there will no longer be quarantine requirements for people entering Korea. This include people who are not vaccinated.
Using the Q-code system is recommended for all people entering Korea to upload their PCR test negative certificate, passport information and answering health condition questionnaire. You will no longer be required to upload your vaccination certificates. From 14th July, users can register their After-entry PCR test (within 1 day of entry) results on the Q-Code website. Please read below.