December 18, 2008 13:12
It has been a month since Korea was included in the U.S. visa waiver program, and its travel authorization website has provided a Korean language service starting Wednesday.
Koreans wishing to get entry clearance are required to provide information such as their name, date of birth and passport number on the Electronic System for Travel Authorization, or ESTA, website.
The Korean service will be a big help for those who are not fluent in English as they could be turned back at the airport if the information submitted is incorrect.
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