I'm traveling to South Korea on single entry visa and I'm making plans of visiting Jeju island during my stay from Seoul. As I have my return flight back from Seoul I have to travel back to Seoul again from Jeju island. Is it possible to execute this plan with single entry visa to south Korea?

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Flights between mainland Korea and Jeju island are considered domestic flights and there is no passport control. You only need your ID (obviously, passport). Since you have a valid visa for Mainland Korea, Jeju island is automatically covered by your single visa.

  • What about travelling back to Seoul from jeju to catch my flight from Incheon airport? Since I'm having single entry visa and jeju with independent governance and no visa required rule techincally it will like entering south Korea 2nd time. Won't that be a problem? May 27, 2019 at 0:42
  • @MadanThunderfist No, Jeju Island is not like Hong Kong and it is still covered by your single entry visa.
    – revi
    May 27, 2019 at 2:36

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