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oldsoldier1976
11/27/2017 08:35 EST

I and my wife are looking for places to live and Korea is one. I don't think I will be there permanently but we are planning on using Korea as a hub for Asian travel.

A little background here. My wife is from Korea and I married her there. My daughter was born there 35 years ago while I was stationed there in the US Army. We still have family there.

Our plan is to rent an apartment in Incheon to be close to the airport and we also have family in Incheon too so it is convenient. We have lots of Asian travel in mind, China, Laos, Vietnam, New Zealand, India, Singapore to name a few. I know that as a US Citizen I can only stay there 90 days at a time but my plan would be that I wouldn't spend more than a month there at a time. Of course I might make trips that last a week and trips that last a month. It depends on the destination.

So this brings me to the question as to the in and out nature of the plan. Will the fact that our travel in and out so often raise a red flag to the South Korean Immigration? Will it be questioned and overlooked? Or will it be questioned and we be penalized? We could get a business visa but we are not sure we want to go that route.

Thanks in advance.

Bob

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