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Vaccinations for Infants & Young Children (Regular vaccinations – Free vaccinations)

※ Our goal is to provide basic vaccinations for infants and young children in a timely manner to prevent infectious diseases and secure the general health of infants and young children.

Vaccinations for Infants & Young Children (Regular vaccinations – Free vaccinations)
Name of Vaccination Age Time Required Documents
BCG (TB) Within 4 weeks of birth Thursdays 10:00 AM-11:30 AM Vaccination Card
-Medical Insurance Card
DTaP (Corynebacterium diphtheriae, tetanus bacillus, Bordelella pertussis) 2, 4, 6, 18 months after birth
Age 4-6
Year round
Polio 2, 4, 6 months after birth
Age 4-6
Year round
MMR (Measles, mumps, and rubella) 12-15 months after birth Age 4-6 Year round
Hepatitis B 0, 1, 6 months after birth ※ Individuals who test positive for antibodies shall be re-tested after 6 months
Chickenpox 12 months after birth Year round
Japanese encephalitis First vaccination: 12 months, Second vaccination: 1 week after the first vaccination, Third vaccination: 1 year after the second vaccination, Fourth vaccination: Age 6, Fifth vaccination: Age 12 Year round
Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria) Age 11-12 Year round
Hepatitis A First vaccination: 12-23 months, Second vaccination:6 months after the first vaccination Year round
Hib meningitis · 2, 4, 6 months after birth
· 12-15 months after birth
Year round
Streptococcus pneumoniae in children · 2, 4, 6 months after birth
· 12-15 months after birth
Year round
Cervical Cancer Vaccination (HPV) Girls aged 11-12 (Two vaccinations 6 months apart) Year round
  • Make sure to bring a Medical Insurance Card, Resident Registration Certificate, or Vaccination Card to verify your child’s resident registration number at the time of vaccination.
  • Yongsan-gu provides free vaccinations to children age 12 or under at designated medical institutions through the national immunization program.
Other Vaccinations (Paid Vaccinations)
Other Vaccinations (Paid Vaccinations)
Type Time Target Vaccination Fee
Hepatitis B Year round - Infants and young children
- Unvaccinated children
- Patients with undeveloped antibodies
Paid
- KRW 2,000 for childen age 10 and younger
- KRW 3,500 for individuals age 11 and older
Typhoid Year round - Individuals who work at cooking facilities and food sanitation facilities
- Individuals who work at water supply facilities
- Individuals who reside in a flooded area, or in a location where there has been a typhoid breakout
- Individuals traveling to areas where typhoid is spreading

※ Those who were not vaccinated in the last three years

Paid: KRW 4,350
Hemorrhagic Fever Year round - Individuals who are frequently exposed to hemorrhagic fever virus such as soldiers, farmers, hikers and fishermen Paid: KRW 8,200
  • Pneumococcal vaccine: Free vaccination for Yongsan-gu residents age 65 or older (Year round)
  • The vaccination fee is subject to change depending on the unit price of vaccines.
  • Inquiries: Vaccination Room, 1F, Health Center (Tel 02-2199-8198, 8199)
Reminders for before and after receiving a vaccination
Reminders before a vaccination
  • We recommend that the child be accompanied by a parent who is well-aware of the child’s health condition.
  • Take the child’s temperature at home and bring the Vaccination Card.
  • For infants or young children, wash them the day before the vaccination and put on clean clothes.
  • Do not bring a child who will not get vaccinated.
  • We recommend getting vaccinated on a weekday morning.
Reminders before a vaccination
  • Stay for 20-30 minutes after the vaccination to observe the patient’s condition.
  • After returning home, carefully observe the patient’s condition for at least three hours.
  • Do not work out on the day of the vaccination, or on the following day.
  • Do not shower on the day of the vaccination.
  • Keep the vaccine site clean.
  • Observe the patient’s condition for at least three days after the vaccination, and seek medical treatment immediately if the patient experiences high fever or convulsion.
  • Immediately turn the baby around and coax it to sleep.
General Reasons to Not Receive a Vaccination
  • Patient is suffering from an acute fever (However, vaccination is possible for light colds without signs of a fever.)
  • Patient is suffering from acute or active cardiovascular disease or kidney disease
  • Patient has a history of allergy to eggs or chicken meat
  • Patient has shown symptoms of convulsion during the one year prior to vaccination
  • Vaccination is possible at least two months after contracting measles, mumps or chickenpox
  • Vaccination is possible at least one month after measles, mumps or chickenpox vaccination
  • Patient is receiving immunosuppression therapy (steroid and radiotherapy)
  • Patient has received gamma globulin or serotherapy or a blood transfusion within the last three months