Custom & Duties
You are responsible for import taxes on your purchase. Rates vary for each country.
If custom duties and taxes are incurred, you the customer will be responsible for them.
• Depending on your country's import tax law, you as an importer of Korean goods may have to pay an import tax (also known as "custom duty"). Our price does not account for the additional import taxes you may have to pay.
• Customs policies vary widely from country to country. Below are some examples and resources for guidance. For more accurate and up-to-date information, we ask you to please contact your local customs office.
• Import tax rates are usually calculated as a percentage of the purchased dollar value. Rates may vary depending on the type of the good.
• United States residents in most cases will not have any import taxes. Packages whose declared value is under $800 will generally be cleared without any additional paperwork prepared by CBP.
• Dutch Customs: How to calculate import taxes
What if I reject or refuse to sign for the packages?
Customers will be charged a restocking and shipping fee if the packages are rejected for any reason at all.
Can you declare my packages at a lower value or as a gift? No.
We do not condone undervaluing or under-declaring the price of the shipped items as it is illegal; such practice would be regarded as smuggling by custom authorities. Likewise, we are not able to declare items as 'gifts' for the sole purpose of avoiding import taxes.