Mexican travelers no longer need to process a Korean Electronic Travel Authorization (K-ETA) this 2024, Korean authorities determined.

The Korean government announced the temporary exemption of the K-ETA, from mid-December 2023 to December 2024, so travelers who plan to visit the country for tourism, business, short stays or transit to another country will only need your Mexican passport to enter.

Just keep in mind that the visa exemption applies for a stay of a period of 90 days, if you exceed it you could be sanctioned with a fine or even detained and deported.

South Korea is a country that has become very popular among travelers, and Mexicans are no exception, for its music and television dramas, as well as its history, gastronomy, entertainment, nature and much more.

So if you are planning a trip for this year, this is surely very good news.

And remember to watch Alan’s videos around the World in South Korea to organize your trip.


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