Attention to Turkish Citizens Traveling to South Korea:
1973 between Turkey and the Republic of Korea "Visa Exemption Agreement" in context, are exempt from visa for their travels up to three months citizens of the two countries for tourist purposes.

Within the framework of the measures taken in the context of the COVID-19 outbreak, South Korea has suspended the visa exemption for 90 countries, including our country, as of April 13, 2020.

About Visa Restriction Related to COVID-19

- Within the scope of combating COVID-19, the Visa Exemption Agreement and Visa-Free Entry Rule have been temporarily suspended.

- Since COVID-19 is ongoing, visa application procedures are carried out on a limited basis. The visa evaluation process has changed from 5 working days to 14 days.

- For visa applicants, it is mandatory to give the result of the COVID-19 PCR Test obtained from the health institution. (The result must be submitted within 48 hours at the latest from the visa appointment date.)

- Visa applications for tourism purposes are not accepted. (visiting family and relatives, independent travel etc.)

- Visa applications will not be accepted for visiting purposes that are determined to increase the workload of the Republic of Korea Health Institutions during the COVID-19 Pamdemi process.