I'm planning on flying to Moscow, Russia (SVO) from Incheon, Korea (ICN) in a few days.
I am a Korean-American dual citizen, having both a Korean passport and an American one. My names on both passports are different.
I noticed that Koreans can travel to Russia without a visa for 30 days, but U.S. Citizens require a visa.
I believe my boarding pass will be booked under the American name, but I won't be getting a visa. Will I be okay showing my Korean passport at Russian customs to enter?
This seems complicated and I've never been to Russia, so I don't know if I'll be pulled aside or rejected or how relaxed they are with this.