If your K-ETA is approved but contains incorrect information, can you still enter the country?

If you discover that the information provided in your K-ETA application is incorrect after it has been approved, you may face consequences such as being denied entry into the country. Therefore, it's crucial to ensure the accuracy of the information provided. If you realize any inaccuracies post-approval, it's advisable to reapply for K-ETA with the correct information. While you can make changes to your application before it's finalized, providing false information can lead to your K-ETA application being rejected. Even if your K-ETA has been approved, if false information is later discovered, it may be revoked, and you could potentially face legal penalties, including future restrictions on entering South Korea.

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