More Vietnamese will travel South Korea thanks to new visa policy
Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) has clarified two new provisions related to conditions for granting visas to Vietnamese citizens in a new policy from the ROK’s Ministry of Justice.
Sai Gon Tiep Thi newspaper interviewed many residents in HCM City and found that many of them are planning to apply for visas to South Korea because of the new policy. Travel firms have also said the same thing.
South Korea will grant long-term 10-year visas, with no restriction on number of entries to lawyers, physicians, university professors, directors of enterprises with investment capital of over VND100 billion, people finishing university in South Korea or those with a master’s degree or higher from overseas schools.
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