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Asked by Mr.Gaal from Australia | Apr. 09, 2010 16:36
About:China Embassy in South Korea

Do I need a re-entry visa to visit Seoul from China for one day?

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Answered by Mrs.Vivian from Australia | Apr. 11, 2010 02:13
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Mr.Gaal, as I know, nationals of Australia, travelling for short-term touristic or transit purposes, are allowed to enter visa-free for a maximum duration of 90 days, provided holding confirmed onward or return tickets and proof of sufficient funds.
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