1. Visitors who plan to stay in Korea for longer than 90 days
must obtain a visa before entering Korea.
2. Nationals of those countries or regions with which Korea has signed a visa waiver agreement can enter without a visa, on the condition that they do not engage in remunerative activities during their stay.
Canadians can enter the Republic of Korea without a visa for a stay of up to six months.
For more information, please visit the official website, Ministry of Foreign Affairs: http://www.mofa.go.kr/ENG/visa/application/index.jsp?menu=m_40_10.
ju-do (제주도), Korea’s largest island, has long been the
country’s favorite domestic holiday destination thanks to its
beautiful beaches, lush countryside and seaside hotels designed
for rest and relaxation.
There’s plenty on Jeju-do to appeal to those who prefer to be active. Hike up South Korea’s highest mountain, Hallasan, or climb the incredible tuff cone Seongsan Ilchul-bong, rising straight from the sea, to watch the sun rise from the ridge of a crater. For a less-demanding nature experience, meander along one of the Jeju Olle Trails and explore tangerine-trimmed country roads, jagged coasts and narrow lanes dotted with cottage-style homes made from black lava rock. The ocean is never far away, so plunge into blue seas to view coral as colourful as the sunsets and dig into Jeju-do’s unique cuisine, including seafood caught by haeneyo (female free divers).
Five places must go in Jeju
1. Hallasan National Park
3. Hamdeok Beach
4. Manjanggul Cave
5. Kimnyoung Maze Park