InsideAsia hails South Korea removing final Covid curbs

Sunday, 02 Oct, 2022 0

InsideAsia Tours welcomed South Korea’s removal of final Covid protocols for inbound travellers.

Effective October 1, South Korea dropped the requirement for international arrivals to take a PCR test within 24 hours of arrival into the country.

Last month authorities removed the requirement for pre-arrival tests which had been in place since the country opened its borders in April this year.

“This is great news for travel and for our travellers and comes at a great time,” said Simon King, co-founder of Inside Travel Group, parent of InsideAsia Tours and InsideJapan Tours

King added, “InsideAsia has seen an increased demand for its fully tailored adventures across the Korean peninsula as more people look to discover this country and culture .

The removal of this final hurdle will doubtless encourage more people to visit”

InsideAsia launched its South Korean cultural adventures earlier in the pandemic and has since launched its brochure showcasing the country from Seoul and beyond, with cultural experiences as well as trip itinerary suggestions.



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