Hello, I ´d like to visit in a daytrip from Seoul the NK Border at the DMZ.
Does anybody know if its possible to go there by my own and book a tour for the tunnel when Im at the border?
Are there tour agencies where I can book it? Or does it has to be arrange in advance? Im German passport holder.
I´m wondering when Im in the tunnel, if I´m at any point on the NK side or is it all SK side?
(I was reading once that at one point GPS signal would be on the NK side...)
Anybody here has experiences or…
My Alien registration card is a D-2 and it will expire in september 2016. Also for the information, i finished my study in korea and i came back to my country.
My question is: is it possible to come back to Korea during this summer without issuing new visa or i need to issue new visa?
I'm planning on taking the Camellia Line ferry from Fukuoka in Japan to Busan in South Korea in early October and the Weidong ferry from Incheon in South Korea to Qingdao in China in early November. Ideally, I'd like to book economy class tickets by phone (or online if I figure out how to do it) a few days before I leave.
- How much in advance would you recommend I make a booking?
- Any thoughts on what the best way to book either of these two is?
(Yes, I might end up having to book the…
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Hi, going to South Korea soon and was wondering if it would be worth us getting a Korean rail pass and if so which one!
Our route is ferry into busan, --> Gyeongju --> seoraksan (national park) --> seoul but we may do a couple of day trips from Seoul for example to the dmz, or maybe even Nani island.
Thanks in advance!
We'll be heading over to South Korea in a few weeks, and wondered if anyone has any experience with working in hostels for a bed/meals, through workaway or just finding volunteer opportunities when you arrived.
Will I need a working holiday visa even if it's just short term/no pay? I know of people who have been and helped out for a bed etc on a tourist visa exemption, but as we're hoping to go back to Korea as English teachers next year I don't want to risk getting in trouble with…
Safe to travel to korea now?
Any korean OPPA ,ONI, AKASHI etc can help to tell us what the situation now? :)
I had brought the tickets 3 months ago and heading in JUNE :) .
My wife and I are flying into Seoul and spending a night in Pyeongchang. We cannot find a lot of info on transportation from the airport up to the mountains. Can anyone suggest the best option from a bus to a rent a car?
I'm not sure if there is any trains they are building for the Olympics.