2024 KFN International Symposium and Annual Meeting Advances in
Farm to Table Technologies
for Human Health

Oct. 23 (Wed) – 25 (Fri), 2024
ICC JEJU, Jeju Island, Korea

Visa

All foreign visitors entering the Republic of Korea must have a valid passport.

  • Those from countries without a visa waiver agreement with Korea need to obtain a Korean visa in their home country before traveling.
  • Check if you need a visa by visiting the “Visa Navigator” provided below. If you require an invitation letter for visa issuance (In case of registration and abstract submission), please contact the secretariat (kfn3@kfn.or.kr) after you have paid the registration fee.
  • Please be aware that KFN 2024 will not provide guarantee letters for visa purposes. For any other required documents, contact the secretariat (kfn3@kfn.or.kr).
Korea Electronic Travel Authorization (K-ETA)Go to K-ETA
  • Nationals from countries with visa-free entry must obtain a K-ETA to travel to Korea without a visa. It is advisable to apply for the K-ETA at least 72 hours before your departure to Korea by flight or ship. Due to a possible delay in processing because of a high volume of applications, applicants are encouraged to apply well in advance. The K-ETA is necessary for those visiting Korea for tourism, visiting relatives, attending events or meetings, or engaging in non-profit business activities.
  • As per an announcement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs dated April 1, 2023, there is a temporary exemption from the K-ETA requirement for 22 countries/regions until December 31, 2024 (KST).
  • <Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, ltaly, Japan, Macao, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, UK, US (including Guam)>