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Many of the attendees will arrive from abroad, and ICCNU 2017’s goal is to make your entire experience as hassle-free and rewarding as possible. The following is for you to prepare your trip to Korea. To register, please go to the online registration system.

Invitation

Printing the invitation letter from “My Page”

  • -Registrants who completed payment are able to download the invitation letter from the online system.
  • -Please access 'My Page' with your registered ID and PW and click on ‘Invitation Letter’ to print it out.

Original Copy of the Invitation Letter

  • -Registration does not guarantee the applicant a visa.
  • -If you need an original invitation letter for a visa or any other reason, please email the secretariat (seoul@ iccnu2017.org) with the request form.
  • -The original invitation letter will be available ONLY to those who have completed registration payment.
  • -For the international mailing service, USD 30 will be charged.
  • -If you are not sure whether you need an original invitation letter for visa issuance, please check with the Korean Embassy in your country.

Korea Visas

Foreign nationals entering Korea to attend ICCNU2017 are required to have a valid passport and a Korea visa assigned by an overseas branch of the Korean embassy or consular offices.

However, many are now permitted visa-free for a limited period under certain conditions following the "Citizens of the Countries under the Visa Exemption Agreement.” Any visitor from a country that has no diplomatic relations or special visa exemption with Korea should obtain an entry visa before coming to Korea. If you are uncertain as to the requirements for entry visas to the Republic of Korea, please contact the Korean Embassy or consulate nearest you as soon as possible.

Related site: http://www.hikorea.go.kr

[Table1] Countries under Visa Exemption Agreements
ex) Country/Period(days)
Asia and Oceania Bangladesh / 90
New Zealand / 90
Singapore / 90
Thailand / 90
   
Americas Antigua and Bahamas / 90
Barbados / 90
Barbuda / 90
Brazil / 90
Chile / 90
Colombia / 90
Common wealth of Dominica / 90
Costa Rica / 90
Dominican Republic / 90
El Salvador / 90
Grenada / 90
Guatemala / 90
Haiti / 90
Jamaica / 90
Mexico / 90
Nicaragua / 90
Panama / 90
Peru / 90
St. Kitts and Nevis / 90
St. Vincent & the Grenadines / 90
St. Lucia / 90
Surinam / 90
Venezuela / 90
Trinidad and Tobago / 90
Europe Austria / 90
Belgium / 90
Bulgaria / 90
Czech Republic / 90
Denmark / 90
Estonia / 90
Finland / 90
France / 90
Greece / 90
Germany / 90
Hungary / 90
Iceland / 90
Ireland / 90
Italy / 60
Latvia / 90
Liechtenstein / 90
Lithuania / 90
Luxembourg / 90
Malta / 90
Netherlands / 90
Norway / 90
Poland / 90
Portugal / 60
Romania / 90
Slovak Republic / 90
Spain / 90
Sweden / 90
Switzerland / 90
United Kingdom / 90
Middle East and Africa Israel / 90
Lesotho / 60
Liberia / 90
Morocco / 90
Turkey / 90
Tunisia / 30
 
[Table2] Countries or Regions under principles of reciprocity and national interest
ex) Country/Period(days)
Asia and Oceania Australia / 90
Brunei / 30
Fiji / 30
Guam / 30
Hong Kong / 90
Japan / 90
Kiribati / 30
Macao / 90
Marshall Islands/ 30
Micronesia / 30
Nauru / 30
New Caledonia / 30
Palau / 30
Solomon Islands / 30
Samoa / 30
Taiwan / 30
Tonga / 30
Tuvalu / 30
Americas Argentina / 30
Canada / 180
Ecuador / 30
Guyana / 30
Honduras / 30
Paraguay / 30
Uruguay / 30
United States / 90
 
Europe Albania / 30
Andorra / 30
BosniaHerzegovina / 30
Croatia / 90
Cyprus / 30
Monaco / 30
Montenegro / 30
San Marino / 30
Serbia / 30
Slovenia / 90
Vatican / 30
Middle East and Africa Egypt / 30
Kuwait / 30
Mauritius / 30
Oman / 30
Qatar / 30
Republic of South Africa / 30
Saudi Arabia / 30
Swaziland / 30
United Arab emirates / 30
Seychelles / 30
Yemen / 30