Korean government took out a permit card for visa-free entry of Chinese tourists

THAAD (Terminal High Altitude Area Defense) During the conflict resolution phase, the Korean government took out a permit card for visa-free entry of Chinese tourists.


The Korean government has decided to allow Chinese tourists who come to all international airports such as Incheon and Gimpo for a limited period of time to enter the country for the purpose of revitalizing tourism and holding a successful tournament during the PyeongChang Winter Olympics.

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The permission for entry into the visa application system, which has been in effect since the 1st of this month, is a new system that will be implemented as the starting point of the PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games.


Chinese residents who do not have an immigration record are allowed to stay for 15 days only if they buy stadium tickets. The period is from today (day 1) to the end of March next year.

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It is known that the Chinese media is showing a favorable atmosphere as well, including the news of the government’s entry into the non-visa country and the news of local Chinese journalist CCTV.

Korean government took out a permit card for visa-free entry of Chinese tourists

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