The five-year survival rate after cancer treatment in Korea has increased to 70.7% according to 2021 statistics.

Regular medical checkups to prevent diseases have reduced the incidence of cancer in Korea, increasing the average lifespan of Koreans.

Successful treatment in Korea

Stomach cancer

Colon cancer

Osteosarcoma cancer

Cervical cancer

Breast cancer

Hematologic malignancy
(blood cancer and lymphoma)

Skin cancer

Lung cancer

Liver cancer

Prostate cancer

Benefits of cancer treatment in Korea

Cutting-edge medical equipment

State-of-the-art medical equipment and medical facilities provide rapid and accurate diagnosis and treatment. Patients are treated with the latest medicines.

Advanced medical technology

Minimally invasive surgical procedures and robotic surgery improve treatment accuracy, minimizing the risk of complications. These technologies help patients recover faster and return home quickly.

Experienced medical staff

Korean medical staff have years of experience in various fields with high medical standards. Medical staff, dedicated to their specialties, have expertise in each field. 

Patient specific treatment

Treatment plans are tailored to each patient’s condition and several treatment options are available to improve treatment effectiveness.

Cost of Diagnosis and Treatment in Korea

Diagnostic tests for cancer more than $3,000
da Vinci surgical system more than $14,000
Radiotherapy (one time) more than $700
Surgical operation $8,000 – $16,000
Chemotherapy more than $1,200
Immunotherapy more than $1,500

Frequently asked questions and answers

How can I find out how much my treatment will cost?

Disease cases among patients are diverse, and if you want to know an exact estimate of the treatment costs, please contact us. We will suggest accurate directions for treatment tailored to different disease cases. Medical specialists will research your case history thoroughly and let you know the best plan for treatment in detail. Consultation and treatment planning is provided without charge.

Why do I need a medical coordinator?

A medical coordinator can give you specific information about treatments suitable for your illness, including a list of available hospitals, cost comparisons, as well as information about treatments. A professional coordinator needs to be well aware of the Korean medical system for the best treatment and greatest convenience of patients.

How much is the service charge?

Our service is free of charge. You only need to pay for your treatment, without any additional costs.

Why We Travel Health agencies are the best choice.

We take care of all procedures related to your entry to Korea and accompany you throughout the treatment process, providing an interpretation service. As we are located in Korea, we are ready to respond 24 hours a day and 365 days a year. We also provide a post medical service so that patients continue to have treatment after returning to their countries.

Why treatment costs are not always accurate. How can I plan my budget more accurately?

As each patient’s condition is different, we can only give an approximate cost based on the medical documentation and history that a patient has sent. The exact details of the tests and treatment methods can only be determined after a doctor sees you in person. After the basic examination,  additional checkups or consultations with experts may be necessary for an accurate diagnosis, so costs for treatment can vary greatly. Although we will suggest the most reasonable estimate considering all circumstances related to the patient, please note that actual costs may still differ to the original estimate.

How much does it cost for a hospital stay per day?

The cost is calculated individually depending on medicines and treatments required. For a general care unit, it costs $300 per day on average.