South Korea Visa Fees (Price)

What is the cost of a South Korea visa?
Single-entry (up to 90 days): US$30. Single-entry (more than 90 days): US$50. Multiple-entry: US$80. For citizens of the United States of America, multiple entry visa fee is US$45 on the basis of reciprocity since the mutual agreement in 1994. Prolongation of Re-entry Permit: US$20. The same fees apply for both business and tourist visas. Group visa: valid for temporary visiting diplomats, conference participants, school excursions or other groups administered by the Minister of Justice, whereby a stamp is affixed only in the leader of the group’s passport. Travellers are advised to contact the nearest Embassy/Consulate to discern fees and other details regarding the group visa.
Note:In addition to obtaining a visa, a Certificate for Recognition of Visa Issuance may be requested before applying for a visa to a Korean consulate abroad.

How long is the visa valid for?
Up to 3 months from date of issue, although this may vary.

Find more information directly at:

South Korea Embassy

Source & Copyright: The source of the above visa and immigration information and copyright owner’s is the:
– Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade Republic of Korea – URL:
– Embassy of the Republic of Korea in the United States of America – URL:

Country : South Korea
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