South Korea eases visa rules for Mongolia www.news.mn
The South Korean Government has approved multiple entry visas for doctors, lawyers and other skilled workers from Mongolia and three other nations. South Korea has so far restricted multiple entry visas to stop illegal immigration. The visa will be valid for one to five years. Its holder can stay in Korea from 30 to 90 days each time they enter the country. Journalists, entrepreneurs and those who hold masters' or higher degrees from the four countries can also apply for multiple entry visas, if they have met certain conditions.
'The measure is the latest in Seoul's efforts to attract international tourists and facilitate people-to-people exchanges abroad,' a ministry official said.
Meanwhile, the justice ministry said it had asked the Mongolian government to grant multi entry visas for Korean entrepreneurs.