South Korea introduces innovative visas to boost tourism in 2024
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South Korea introduces innovative visas to boost tourism in 2024

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12-28-2023
 
The growing global fascination with South Korea, fuelled by the immense success of K-pop stars and K-dramas, has sparked a surge in the desire to experience the nation’s unique culture. 

Responding to this demand, South Korea is set to introduce two new visas in 2024, the digital nomad visa and the K-culture training visa, aiming to make the country even more tourist-friendly.

To capitalise on the increasing influx of travellers, South Korea is expanding its visa categories to attract 20 million foreign tourists next year. The introduction of the digital nomad visa and the K-culture training visa aligns with the nation’s vision to position itself as a preferred destination for global travellers.
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