2018 Pyeongchang

After Booking

After Booking

AFTER MY ACCOMMODATION IS ORGANIZED

How Do I Go About Getting My Visa

Visitors wishing to enter the Republic of Korea must have a valid passport with a visa stamp. 
There are 102 countries exempted from visa requirement and are issued a short term travel visa at the immigration desk when entering Korea. For detailed information and visa applications, please visit the official website of the Ministry of foreign affairs:

http://www.mofa.go.kr/ENG/visa/application/index.jsp?menu=m_40_10
 

Will There Be a Language Problem

In addition, in the services we provide to you along with the accommodation, we offer a 24 hours call center with Korean-English speaking personnel. In many cases our personnel will also speak also French, Italian and Spanish.

Do You Sell Event Tickets

We are not an authorized ticket agent however we have access to tickets through a Broker. We charge a 20% handling fee to secure event tickets for our clients. This fee includes handling the reservation, prepaying for the tickets, accounting costs and a small fee before taxes. We strongly recommend that you first try to book through the official site as the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Games Organizing Committee will design a ticketing and promotion policy that will guarantee not just that stadiums will be filled to capacity, but also access to the competition venues to all social strata and all Games clients. The ticketing program will be broadly announced through several channels of communication. A large network of distribution and flexible service hours will make Games tickets easily available to all, in an organized and fair manner, with full credibility.

What Can I Do To Experience Something Outside the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Games

Through our trusted network we can arrange on request daily or more days tours in Seoul and around both the Mountain and Coastal Venues Clusters areas. Let us help you explore the broad range of the Korean life. In and out of the beaten track.

What Currency Will Be Accepted

Korea's official monetary unit is the Won, Circulates in coins and notes. Notes of 1000, 5000, 10000 and 50000 and coins of 10, 50, 100 and 500mints. At present (April 2015) 1$ is approximately 1090won. Upon your arrival at the airport in Korea you can exchange cash money to Korean won at any of the bank desks at Incheon Airport - or debit card out of the ATM. Travelers checks are not accepted everywhere and are difficult to exchange. Debit cards with Cirrus or Maestro sign are generally accepted and credit cards like VISA and MasterCard are widely used.