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Address726,126 Hannam-Dong
Seoul 140-210
South Korea
Phonelocal: (02) 793.7751
international: +82.2.793.7751
Faxlocal: (02) 792.7053
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Wed, 28 Jan 2015 05:03 EST
hi guys
hi guys
i live in the iran
and to hope traveling to south korea
south korea is very quiet
south korea good people
south korea and iran good country
sorry guys i not language english good
Sat, 13 Dec 2014 06:00 EST
invitation from a Korean
hi i am an Iranian...i was wondering if its possible that a Korean send me an invitation letter?so ill be able to get visa
plz contact me and reply me
Fri, 10 Oct 2014 18:31 EDT
shia society
i want to know is there any shia society in south Korea my email is
please help me please.
Lyndon Clark
Mon, 28 Apr 2014 00:17 EDT
Looking for Skype opportunity to find out about Iran lifestyle
I am from Kwangju Foreign School, and we have our International Festival coming up. My fourth grade class is learning about Iran and I was hoping they could do a short interview with an Iranian to find out what the lifestyle is like there. This is a great way for them to learn about another way of life.
If you are available to help please contact me at
Tue, 18 Mar 2014 08:04 EDT
hello ! please let me say something ... Iran loves Korea , for ever . so , please you love Iran , too !^^
Sun, 2 Jun 2013 07:13 EDT
To people posting hurtful comments
Your words break my heart. Did you ever wonder that the middle easterns are humans as well? And honestly speaking for the time I have been in Korea I have seen a lot of aggression done by foreigners but non by middle easterns so far.
In our era a middle easterns life is difficult enough that many wouldn't even about showing rage.
Thu, 28 Mar 2013 08:07 EDT
AnyongHaseyo and Salam to all people here , SINCERE , I am really sorry for you , really , because you have a really wrong and bad opinion about Iranian ,1st of all just to let you know Iran is one of the oldest civilizations in the world , Iran is famous for its kind and polite people , just like korea , just to let you know , there are only 3 countries where people respect each other in the 2013 , and thats 1.Iran 2.Korea 3.Japan , because even if we are always developing but we still remember our tradition , culture and how to respect others , only in these three countries you see people Bowing when they say Hi to eachother ,thats just a random example!
Before you talk about a race , its always a good idea to read some books , or maybe travel to that country! Iran , Korea , Japan were always known because of their politeness!! have a good time ;))
French, Iranian, who lived in USA and fell in love
Sun, 3 Feb 2013 20:16 EST
Sorry guys but only you are showing and using violence against foreign sovereign nations. Iran and Korea are both civilizations with about a 3,000 years history, both countries were always glorious and pacific kingdoms and then republics. Korea never attacked any country, but were attacked many times by France, then Japanese colonization. Iran was attacked by Arabs, and more recently UK, USSR, Iraq. Korea is historically Buddhist, and became partially Christian since XIX century. Iran had its own religion for centuries and is Muslim since it had been invaded by Arabs.
With all these difference, both countries share the same values: respect, politeness, proud of their nations with admiration of others.

I'm not sure many USA, UK, France, Japan, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Italy can be proud of such a pacific history.
Korea and Iran have no reason to be in fight, they are both pacifist and respectful countries and civilizations, with peaceful and prosperous diplomatic, economic and cultural relations.
Mon, 21 Jan 2013 14:35 EST
I should say : Iranian are not Arab
I'm Iranian
Mon, 7 Jan 2013 15:32 EST
Thank you Iran
Thank you for letting people know the truth on how South Korea is gaining wealth and how they are funding their Korea wave. I have enough evidence to count them as traitors, Muslims, or Arabics. Justice shall fall on the deceivers.

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