I am traveling to mainland China, and will be changing planes in Seoul. I have a 3 hour layover. Do I need a transit visa for that?

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    Is the trip booked at once? So Origin - China or have you booked it separately, Origin - Seoul and Seoul - China? In the first case you don't have to pass through immigration and in the second case you do have to pass immigration. Depending on your country of residence you need a visa. If you have option two and aren't allowed to take a Visa on arrival you won't be allowed to board the aircraft at your home country – Brilsmurfffje Jun 21 '17 at 19:51
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    What is your citizenship? – Andrew Lazarus Jun 21 '17 at 20:37