Prepaid South Korea eSIM data
- Prepaid eSIM data starting at just $5/week
- Use your regular phone number
- No contracts, no roaming charges
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Use a South Korea eSIM to stay connected
South Korea is a country of contrasts that has many beautiful natural sites and an ancient heritage that is blended with cutting-edge design and technology.
While visiting South Korea, you’ll want to capture its scenic beauty and share your experiences with your friends and family back home.
A South Korea eSIM is the perfect solution when you need mobile data and there is no access to Wi-Fi. An eSIM is easy to install and affordable!
How much travel data do I need in South Korea?
A few factors will determine your travel data needs in South Korea. When you’re outside your hotel sightseeing and want to keep your family updated about your trip, you will require data!
A South Korea eSIM will let you use the best available local networks wherever you travel.
Not sure how much data you’ll need in South Korea? We have a travel data calculator that can help with that! You can always start with a small data package and upgrade if you need more data.
Will I pay roaming charges with prepaid South Korea data from an eSIM?
When you’re using an eSIM for data and have your Data Roaming settings configured correctly, you won’t pay a penny in data roaming fees.
That’s because when you’re using a South Korea eSIM, your smartphone is immediately linked to a great local network in South Korea, so you won’t be using your regular data plan from back home.
(Just remember to turn off Data Roaming on your Primary SIM card to avoid roaming charges on your next bill).
Enjoy your South Korea vacation
Explore top attractions in South Korea
Travellers will find South Korea to be a contemporary and exciting destination. There are several locations to explore, here are few that you can’t miss!
Seoraksan National Park: An ideal place for walking and hiking through nature. This national park is home to more than a thousand different animal species.
Seongsan Ilchulbong: Known as “Sunrise Peak,” this is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. An expedition up this rock formation at sunrise is a once-in-lifetime experience!
Jeonju: Explore ancient Korea in this renowned city, which is home to historic temples and museums.
Popular foods to try in South Korea
Following decades of cultural changes, Korean food has flourished. Once you arrive in South Korea, be sure to taste these dishes.
Kimchi Stew: This is a traditional dish from South Korea and is known all over the country. Pork, kimchi, and tofu are often used together to prepare kimchi stew.
Tteokbokki: A well-known Korean street snack comprised of fish cakes and sweet, chewy rice. Don’t forget to add red sauce!
Bibimbap: A popular rice meal with a variety of veggies. Depending on your preference, you can also add ground beef and fried pork.
What’s the best time to visit South Korea?
South Korea’s weather is clearly divided into four different seasons: spring, summer, fall and winter.
March, April and May: Spring is generally the best time of the year to visit as the weather is warm and the flowers are in full bloom. There are also lots of local festivals to enjoy in the spring!
June to August: Summers are hot and wet in South Korea. These months are a great time to visit the beaches, mountains, explore national parks and the surrounding islands.
September and October: As the leaves begin to change color this time of year, September through October is known to be very beautiful in South Korea. Fall is also the season to enjoy events like Jarasum Jazz and the Busan International Film Festival.
What to pack for a vacation to South Korea
You can make your vacation to South Korea easy and enjoyable with a little planning and preparation.
Swimwear: If you’re planning to visit one of the beautiful beaches, don’t forget to carry your swimsuit, sunglasses, and make sure to include sunscreen!
Headphones: Pack a set of headphones for the lengthy bus and train rides; you’ll be glad you did.
Walking Shoes: Bring along a comfortable pair of walking shoes or boots – even better if they’re waterproof!
FAQs about using eSIM in South Korea
Will eSIM work on my phone or tablet?
Most newer phones, tablets, and computers are already eSIM-compatible, so use our eSIM device checker to make sure you have a device that can accept an eSIM data plan.
Why can’t I just use Wi-Fi in South Korea?
Free Wi-Fi is great when it’s available and working well, but some destinations make it just about impossible to get a good connection. That’s why it’s nice to have data as a backup to stay connected.
How reliable is aloSIM data in South Korea?
We’re proud to provide aloSIM customers with fast eSIM data connections that allow them to talk, text, surf, and stream comfortably. You’ll likely experience a 4G (sometimes 5G) or LTE equivalent network in most locations, depending on what’s available in the area.
Is setting up an eSIM complicated?
We have detailed eSIM installation instructions for all compatible devices, so whether you’re looking to add eSIM data to an iPhone or iPad, Google Pixel, Samsung Galaxy, or something else, we’ll be able to walk you through the eSIM set-up process easily.
Stay connected with a South Korea eSIM
Our eSIM data packages are prepaid, so you always know exactly what you’ll spend on data. No contracts, no surprises, and never any roaming charges.
You’ll have full access to your regular phone number for calling and texting, and you can add data to your device whenever you need it. No in-store visits required!
Only buy what you need! If you’re not sure how much data you’ll need, start with a 1 GB package. You can always top up your eSIM with more data later.