Philippine passport holders who intend to visit or work in Korea are required to secure a visa at the Consular Office.Visa classifications are as follows: – Temporary Visitor’s Visa (Tourist/Business) – Transit Visa for Seafarers – Holders of Confirmation of Visa Issuance number from Korea’s Ministry of Justice.And if everything works out and you happen to be one of the lucky few to date a Korean, you will see that there is so much more beyond their timid, outer-shell.Now, before you go out and snag yourself a Korean guy, here are some things you should know.
For all those who wish to apply for a Korean visa, they must comply the list of requirements.
You get freaking spoiled (sometimes annoyed) by how much they will contact you, but this means anxiety triples when they become MIA.
Do dress up on your dates because these Korean boys will dress up/suit up every time they take you out.
Required documents depend on the applicant’s occupation and purpose of visit to Korea. Representative may file the applications as long as the documents are complete.
For Philippine Passport holders: 59 days (or less) stay in Korea — GRATIS 60 to 90 days stay in Korea — PHP1,800.00 More than 90 days stay in Korea (not applicable for tourist visa) Single Entry — PHP2,700.00 Multiple Entry — PHP4,050.00 American Passport holders — PHP2,025.00 Foreign nationals in the Philippines applying for a tourist visa — PHP1,800.00 *Fees may differ for some nationalites After completing the required documents, applicants may file their applications at the Consular Office from -11 am only, every Monday to Friday. Frequent travellers who have previous tourist visits within 5 years to OECD member countries, those who have at least 2 tourist visits to Korea, and seafarers who plan to transit to Korea should apply at Window 3.