Reply To: South Korea: Vaccinations and cost
As Wim said, hep A and B are good to get and the sooner the better, as B can be 2-3 doses spaced apart. Can’t remember re A.
If you haven’t had a BCG jab (TB), then that’s advisable also, along with being up to date with covid and flu jabs.
Check with your GP to make sure you’re up to date with MMR and tetanus and also for costs as some jabs may be free on the NHS, such as hep A, dependent on the GP practice.
I’d ring around travel clinics as well to compare prices as they do vary.