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Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery
46 clinics
Dermatology
26 clinics
Oncology
25 clinics
Cardiology
23 clinics
Gynecology
23 clinics
Ophthalmology
22 clinics
Hair Restoration
22 clinics
Orthopedics
22 clinics
Cosmetology
20 clinics
Diagnostic Imaging
20 clinics
Spinal Surgery
17 clinics
Gastroenterology
17 clinics
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Neurology
16 clinics
Urology
16 clinics
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
16 clinics
Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT)
15 clinics
Infectious Diseases
15 clinics
Dentistry
14 clinics
Bariatric Surgery
14 clinics
Endocrinology
12 clinics
Allergology
12 clinics
Dentistry Packages
10 clinics
Maxillofacial Surgery
9 clinics
Reproductive Medicine
9 clinics
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General Medicine
8 clinics
Colorectal Medicine
8 clinics
General Surgery
6 clinics
Neurosurgery
5 clinics
Pulmonary and Respiratory Medicine
4 clinics
Rheumatology
4 clinics
Vascular Medicine
4 clinics
Regenerative Medicine
2 clinics
Nephrology
1 clinics
Immunology
1 clinics

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Bundang
10 clinics
Daegu
1 clinics
Daejeon
1 clinics
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Goyang
1 clinics
Iksan
1 clinics
Ilsan
1 clinics
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Incheon
3 clinics
Seoul
92 clinics
Ilsan
1 clinics

Top 10 Most Popular Procedures Available in South Korea

Rhinoplasty
Rhinoplasty
Prices Start From $101
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Double Eyelid Creation
Double Eyelid Creation
Prices Start From $347
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Facelift
Facelift
Prices Start From $85
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Eyelid Surgery
Eyelid Surgery
Prices Start From $347
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Nose Surgery
Nose Surgery
Prices Start From $101
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Breast Reduction
Breast Reduction
Prices Start From $89
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Breast Augmentation
Breast Augmentation
Prices Start From $208
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Breast Implants
Breast Implants
Prices Start From $93
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Liposuction
Liposuction
Prices Start From $120
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Electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG)
Electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG)
Prices Start From $3
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Best Clinics and Hospitals in South Korea

MyMediTravel Incheon, South Korea
We Recommend
Gachon University Gil Medical Center
On request
Languages spoken
Chinese English Korean Mongolian Russian
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MyMediTravel Bundang, South Korea
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Alpha Seoul Eye Clinic
Prices start from$30
Languages spoken
English Japanese Korean Mongolian Russian
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MyMediTravel Seoul, South Korea
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Bbae Clinic
Prices start from$1,000
Languages spoken
English Japanese Korean
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MyMediTravel Incheon, South Korea
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Incheon St. Mary's Hospital
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Languages spoken
Chinese English Japanese Korean Russian
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MyMediTravel Seoul, South Korea
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Eyeonce Eye Clinic
Prices start from$1,100
Languages spoken
Arabic Chinese English Korean Russian
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About South Korea

South Korea is a highly developed country in East Asia and it is a global leader in various technology and innovation-driven fields. With futuristic hospitals, advanced medical technology, and a vast range of procedures, the country is a prime medical tourism destination. The country is home to 24 JCI accredited hospitals, such as Severance Hospital, Soul BalgeunSeSang Eye Center, and IHA University Hospital. Additionally, medical tourists (mostly from Japan, the UAE, and the USA) travel to the country for affordable treatments because some medical centers offer packages that can help tourists save up to 40%. The most popular procedure is the Rhinoplasty, a type of facial Plastic Surgery, but many medical tourists also come for cancer treatment, cardiovascular, orthopedics, and preventative health check-ups.

Popular Cities and Regions

South Korea is a mix of traditional and modern. It is the place where modern skyscrapers and century-old temples stand side by side. Seoul, the capital of the country, is a dynamic city filled with fashion, technology, K-Pop, palaces, temples, and lush green spaces. Some of the main attraction in the city is the National Museum, Changdeokgung Palace, Bukchon Hanok Village, and Gwanghang Market. Busan is another popular city. Just like Seoul, it has many things to offer tourists. It is the second-largest city in South Korea with hot springs, stunning beaches, delightful seafood, and magnificent mountains. Tourists who want to immerse themselves in the country's cultural heritage and history should visit Gyeongju. The city is also widely known as ‘the museum without walls’ since it has countless tombs, temples, pagodas, and rock carvings.  

Transport

South Korea has numerous international airports, located in Busan, Cheongju, Jeju, and Incheon. International tourists from any part of the world usually arrive at Incheon International Airport. The airport also serves domestic flights to many cities around the country. To get around the country, the most convenient and cost-effective option is by train. The high-speed bullet train is very fast and will take tourists from Soul to Busan within 3 hours. Buses and taxis are also widely available.

Visas

Citizens of 112 jurisdictions (including the EU, the US, Russia, and Canada) do not need a visa to visit South Korea for 30 to 180 days. Holders of passports issued by other countries not listed in the visa-free entry should obtain a visa to visit South Korea.

Weather

South Korea experiences four seasons. Summer, from June to August, is hot and rainy. Autumn starts in September until late November, and the weather is pleasant. Winters can be freezing, and the season starts in late November to mid-March. In Spring, the temperatures gradually rise, but rainfall becomes more frequent.

Additional Info
  1. Local Currency: South Korean Won (KRW) is the official currency. The exchange rate from 1 USD is around 1,182 KRW.
  2. Money & Payments: Many ATMs accept international cards. Credit cards can be used in many restaurants, hotels, and shops, and leaving tips is not expected.
  3. Local Language: Korean is the official language, and Hangul is the formal script. Many people will speak a little English.
  4. Local Culture and Religion: More than half of the population is non-religious. However, Christianity and Korean Buddhism are the major religions.
  5. Public holidays: Some of the important holidays in South Korea are New Year’s Day, the Birthday of Buddha, and Independence Day.