Government Resumes traffic with South Korea Expected to reach an agreement within the week Business personnel October 4, 15:21 The government has decided to stay with South Korea for both short-term and long-term stays over immigration restrictions for the new coronavirus. It is expected that an agreement will be reached within the week to resume the traffic of business people. The government is gradually relaxing the immigration restrictions for the new coronavirus, allowing foreigners with medium- to long-term status of residence to enter the country, and having business relationships with Vietnam and Taiwan. We are resuming traffic for people.
Under these circumstances, the government is expected to agree to resume traffic to business people within the week as a result of discussions with South Korea to ease restrictions.
Business people are both short-term residents such as business travelers and long-term residents such as expatriates, and this is the second case after Singapore.
The relationship between Japan and South Korea is chilling due to issues related to “recruitment” during the Pacific War, but I hope that the resumption of traffic within the government and the ruling party will lead to the fostering of momentum for improving relations. There is also a voice.
The government is also in talks with China on easing immigration restrictions and hopes to resume traffic as early as this month.