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Most medications are cheaper in Korea than in Western countries, even without the national health insurance. It is important to note that Korean insurance does not cover what it considers "proactive" or "unnecessary" medications that don't apply to an immediate health concern. For example, if you test positive for a UTI, the antibiotics are covered. If you want antibiotics in case of a UTI on a weekend or when you are traveling, you will pay out of pocket. These out-of-pocket antibiotics will still only cost less than 10,000 won. These "unnecessary" types of medications also include sleep aids and anything mental health related.
    
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