South Korea VPN: Fast, Private and Secure
- Get a South Korea IP address
- Avoid government censorship
- Use on any platform, including Chrome
Why use a VPN in South Korea?
Fast local servers for optimal speed
Our VPN servers in South Korea and other countries nearby guarantee connection speeds and are optimized to provide you with the best online experience.
Access content from Korea and beyond
Stream Korean favorites like Kakao TV or AfreecaTV privately, and enjoy a whole new variety of foreign content.
Be smarter and safer online at home and abroad
The government of South Korea has a long history of censoring the internet, and with a VPN, you keep your identity private and your browsing history shielded - even from your Internet Service Provider.
A Korean VPN you can rely on
A VPN gives you the power to freely surf the web and access sites that would otherwise be blocked.*
Surfshark is proud to have a strict no-logs policy that ensures your connection and browsing activity will never be logged. Only you know what you do online.
Watch all of your favorite channels, such as EBS TV, JTV, SBS TV, and HBO Asia with a private, encrypted connection to keep your data secure.
By using a South Korea VPN, you hide your local IP address from anyone who is trying to monitor your connection to the web. With your IP address masked, there is no way for intruders to know anything about you or your location.
*Surfshark does not encourage using a VPN in any way that would potentially violate the Terms of Service of other service providers.
South Korea VPN questions and answers
Is using a VPN illegal?
You can legally use a VPN in South Korea. However, when using the VPN service, you should not have any intention of committing any malicious acts.
How can I use a VPN?
With Surfshark, it’s pretty simple. All you need to do is sign up, select a plan that fits your budget, download the app for the devices you want to use, and connect! It’s easy to use and you will be up and running in no time at all, even if you’re completely new to the whole VPN thing.
Are free VPNs any good?
While in some cases it may feel like a free VPN is doing its job, such free services can be very harmful to your privacy.
Legitimate VPN companies may offer free plans – but they will be severely limited and/or riddled with ads. Meanwhile completely free VPNs should not be trusted as they have to make their money somehow, and you’re not paying them.
Maintaining VPN infrastructure and hiring people to take care of all the matters that comes with it is a pricey investment. It’s really not possible to do so if you don’t have any cash flow. Therefore, free VPNs may use your private data to make money, which defeats the purpose of having a VPN in the first place.