MACE 2017

VISA INFORMATION

1. Visitors who plan to stay in Korea for longer than 90 days must obtain a visa before entering Korea.

2. Nationals of those countries or regions with which Korea has signed a visa waiver agreement can enter without a visa, on the condition that they do not engage in remunerative activities during their stay.

Canadians can enter the Republic of Korea without a visa for a stay of up to six months.

For more information, please visit the official website, Ministry of Foreign Affairs: http://www.mofa.go.kr/ENG/visa/application/index.jsp?menu=m_40_10.


TRAVEL INFORMATION

eju-do (제주도), Korea’s largest island, has long been the country’s favorite domestic holiday destination thanks to its beautiful beaches, lush countryside and seaside hotels designed for rest and relaxation.

There’s plenty on Jeju-do to appeal to those who prefer to be active. Hike up South Korea’s highest mountain, Hallasan, or climb the incredible tuff cone Seongsan Ilchul-bong, rising straight from the sea, to watch the sun rise from the ridge of a crater. For a less-demanding nature experience, meander along one of the Jeju Olle Trails and explore tangerine-trimmed country roads, jagged coasts and narrow lanes dotted with cottage-style homes made from black lava rock. The ocean is never far away, so plunge into blue seas to view coral as colourful as the sunsets and dig into Jeju-do’s unique cuisine, including seafood caught by haeneyo (female free divers).

Five places must go in Jeju

1. Hallasan National Park
2. Udo
3. Hamdeok Beach
4. Manjanggul Cave
5. Kimnyoung Maze Park

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