<Re-Entry Permit Exemption to be implemented again> Effective April 1, 2022, re-entry permit exemption, which had been suspended due to COVID-19 situation will be available again. Subject A-1 ~ A-3, D-1 ~ F-3, F-6 ~ H-2: Visa holders are exempt from re-entry permit if re-entry into Korea is within 1 year from date of departure. F5: Visa holders are exempt from re-entry permit if re-entry into Korea is within 2 years from date of departure. F4: Visa holders are exempt from re-entry permit if re-entry into Korea is within authorized period of stay. Nationals of 13 exempted countries: Individuals are exempt from re-entry within authorized period of stay. *13 exempted countries are Republic of Suriname, Netherlands, Norway, Denmark, Germany, Luxembourg, Belgium, Sweden, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, France, Finland, Chile (D-7, D-8, D-9). For detailed information, please CLICK HERE. <FAQs for inbound passenger’s quarantine exemption> Q. Are children of age under 6 excluded from quarantine requirement? If all the parents/guardians have been vaccinated upon entery, children aged under 6 can be exempt from quarantine. Q. Those who had been confirmed with the COVID-19 in the past, can they be exmept from quarantine even if not recognized as “vaccinated”? Those vaccinated with 2 shots (for Jassen, 1 shot) and were confirmed with COVID-19, can be exempted from quarantine. However, proper documents stating the date of confirmation and vaccinate certificate need to be presented. Q. Is Rapid Antigen Test(RAT) also an option for incoming passengers from overseas? The government hasn’t made a decision to use RAT as a confirmatory testing method for inbound travelers. Inbound travelers are to take RAT test and if the result is positive, they are to visit local health centers for PCR test.