South Korea cancels visa-free travel for Thais from April 13

The Royal Thai Embassy in Seoul said on Facebook page that South Korea has temporarily halted the visa exemption facility for Thais travelling to their country.

The move is aimed at preventing the spread of Covid-19 in South Korea.

The move also includes press visa (C-1) and short-term visa (C-3) for single and multiple uses which were issued before April 5.

Thai nationals who wish to enter South Korea from April 13 onwards will have to apply for a visa at the South Korean embassy in Thailand, except those holding diplomatic and official passports.

The embassy also added that the South Korean government has employed strict measures to reduce imported cases of Covid-19, which have risen to 861 from over 10,000 of the total confirmed cases in the country. – The Nation/Asia News Network

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