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I tried it in my recent trip to Seoul. You can buy the SIM card from KT olleh and use it for tethering. I asked the staff at counter if I can use tethering, and she kindly replied "Yes". And now I'm writing this answer on my MacBook via tethering. It's 4G/LTE, unlimited, and likely no speed cap or restriction, but for me it seems a bit slow, but OK. By ...


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You're from a visa-free country I'm assuming from your question you're a US citizen, if so you don't need to worry. You'll enter South Korea as a tourist and be granted 90 days which are ample time to leave. The immigration officer might ask you some questions, given your recent stay, to make sure you don't intend to remain there. Generally showing proof of ...


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One way to work around this problem is to purchase a fully refundable onward ticket before you depart. You can show this to the immigration officer if they ask for your onward travel plans. After you arrive, you can then exchange the fully refundable ticket for a cheaper one. Note that depending on the country and airline, you may not be allowed to simply ...


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Yes, you can take the luggage inside. You can entrust it at front desk but I don't recommend it. The price is entirely free, but if you want to get massage the next to the shower room, you must pay for it (I don't know about the price and the staff at the counter didn't know, either.). You can use the room up to 30 minutes; In my experience, there wasn't ...


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Naver provides one: see here. It also provides a English-Korean dictionary: link's here.


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Let's ask Timatic, because that's what your airline will do when they decide whether you need a visa before they let you fly: Visa required, except for Passengers with a visa issued by Australia, Canada, New Zealand or USA to nationals of India, only if in transit through Korea (Rep.): For details, click here There is a another special exemption ...


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In this scenario it might have been best to get a D-4 visa since you are learning Korean at Seoul. I'm not too sure if it is a D-4 so you should ask your local Korean embassy for clarification. (Full link) http://www.studyinkorea.go.kr/en/sub/overseas_info/guide/guide_visa.do Visa for General Training (D-4): For persons who study Korean at a university-...


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Following jcaron and other people online who have the same issue as you, technically you can leave South Korea and come back to reset your visa-free travel. There is no written rule on how many times you can renew tourist visa by entering and exiting the country, as the government has the right to kick out or detain any one. It probably will look suspicious ...


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The answer is likely to be yes. For starters, kayaking on the Han river is a commonly practised water-sport both by local clubs, and by tourists with organised tours. Park authorities even rent kayaks out. Now, the water quality of the Han river has been radically improving since governmental efforts began making it a priority in 1982. The most recent ...


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You can rent a so called "egg" from various website like www.taobao.com and it provides wifi hotspot, then you can use your cell phone connect to it and use apps like google map. I rented for less than $10 per day, and the data is unlimited. Speed is decent too.



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