The Korean government is planning to recognize the vaccinated overseas history in stages and issue a confirmation letter. The range of vaccines recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO) is AstraZeneca (including Kobishield), Pfizer, Moderna, Janssen, Sinopharm, and Sinovac. First of all, among the vaccinated overseas, domestic and foreign nationals, USFK, diplomatic missions in Korea, and accompanying family members who have received a quarantine exemption letter from the Korean embassy should submit the certificate of overseas vaccination and the quarantine exemption letter to the public health center in Korea to be registered in the domestic vaccination system. Then they could receive the certificate (paper or electronic) of vaccination. After registration, verification of vaccination history through the application ‘CooV’ from October 7 would be possible. Incentives for those who have completed vaccinations, such as exceptions to the limit of the number of private meetings, will be able to receive the same quarantine principles as those for domestic vaccinations. Among the vaccinated overseas who entered the country without a letter of quarantine exemption, a plan for recognition of overseas vaccination history will be prepared as soon as possible. The ECCK has recommended on September 8 and additionally on September 24 in a concerted initiative with other European country chambers to the Korean administration to accept vaccination certificates issued overseas. It is with great pleasure to see that the Korean administration has accepted our recommendation and we hope it will bring certain facilitation for the European business community here in Korea.