From November 9, 2016, Canada's electronic entry permit eTA must be applied for

2016년 11월 9일부터는 반드시 신청해야 하는 캐나다 전자입국승인서 eTA

From November 9, 2016, Canada's electronic entry permit eTA must be applied for

The Canadian Federal Immigration Department has extended the grace period twice for the eTA system, which was intended to be implemented from last March.
From November 9, 2016, after the continued grace period, when entering Canada via air from Canada's Visa Waiver Countries, including Korea, you must obtain Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA).
This eTA, also called electronic pre-entry authorization or electronic travel authorization, is a pre-entry application document required for all travelers from visa-exempt countries entering or transiting Canada by air, and is not applicable when using land or water. However, U.S. citizens, permanent residents of Canada, and applicants or holders of visitor, work, or student visas are exempt from the eTA. You can apply for the Canadian eTA very easily through the official website of the Ministry of Immigration and Immigration Canada, and you can also apply in Korean.

​Go to the Korean website of the Department of Immigration and Immigration Canada for eTA application

Enter personal information such as name, date of birth, gender, contact information, passport-related information, purpose of visit to Canada and period of stay, and pay $7 with a credit card. You will have to apply again.

Approval can be confirmed via e-mail within 72 hours of application, and after issuance, you can print it on paper and present it at the

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