The Korean government has updated the country's pet import requirements, effectively making it easier to move pets there from several places. In the past many pet travelers were tasked with completing a rabies antibody titer test before being allowed entry, but many nations no longer need to fulfill this requirement.
Find out more about moving pets to Korea, and note that, even if a rabies titer test isn't required, several other details need to be attended to in order to complete a smooth pet move. Please contact us if you have questions about moving pets to Korea (or anywhere else).
Now for your reference, if you're moving a pet to Korea from one of the following places, a rabies titer test is no longer necessary:
|Aruba||Guadeloupe Island||New Zealand|
|Austria||Hawaii||Papua New Guinea|
|Cayman Islands||Japan||San Marino|
|Comoros||Kazakhstan||Sao Tome and Principe|
|Denmark||Libya||St. Vincent Grenadines|
|Estonia||Malaysia||United Arab Emirates|
|French Guyana||Micronesia||Wallis and Futuna|