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Asked by Thanh from USA | Dec. 09, 2018 18:48
About:China Embassy in South Korea

US Passport. I'm a US citizen with a US passport.

Good morning,
I'm currently an exchange student in Seoul, and I would like to visit China (specifically Guangzhou, Qingdao, Hong Kong) after leaving Seoul. I have looked researched whether a visa is required or not for traveling to areas of China, and different sites are giving me different information.
Do I require entry permit?

I appreciate your help!

Answers (1)
Answered by Shea from Iceland | Dec. 10, 2018 17:43
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You are supposed to apply for a tourist L type for the visit in mainland China.
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