Nigerian flag Embassy of Nigeria in Seoul

Address724-5 HANNAM-DONG
YONGSAN-KU
Seoul
South Korea
PostalPO BOX 3754
Phonelocal: (02) 797.2370
international: +82.2.797.2370
Faxlocal: (02) 796.1848
international: +82.2.796.1848
Emailconsular@nigerianembassy.or.kr
Web sitehttp://www.nigerianembassy.or.kr/

Comments on this Embassy

Mr. Mukaila Abiola Usman
Fri, 6 Jul 2012 18:13 EDT
Technical & industrial visit
I am a yoruba man.a radionic with high level of knowledge in electronics and electrical.i want an invitation to widen my knowledge in order to prove my experience in my chosen field.
Prince Charles Beke
Mon, 4 Jun 2012 10:45 EDT
International Association of Lions Clubs International Convention Holding in Busan on the 22nd to 26th June 2012
The Nigeria delegates to the International Convention of the lions Clubs with like to pay a courtesy call to the Nigerian Ambassador on the 27th June in Seoul.
mrs oladejo
Mon, 4 Jun 2012 05:30 EDT
hotel enquiry in seoul korea
Mrs oladejo e mail is cyprusstudies@yahoo.com
Oladejo
Sat, 2 Jun 2012 11:53 EDT
cheapest hotel near coex intercontinental center seoul south korea
Greetings pls which hotel is the cheapest near coex intercontinental center? how much per nigh?t how much is airport taxi.? I am preparing to come for a conference . Your urgent reply is needed please
afun olamide
Wed, 25 Apr 2012 10:43 EDT
Am olamide afun from nigeria..i wish to study in seoul national university..if any1 can be of a help to me mail me at afunibus@yahoo.com
Ugo
Fri, 17 Feb 2012 06:15 EST
Unity and Integration of Nigerian Students in South Korea
I just want to use this medium to reach out to my fellow Nigerian students studying here in South Korea. It is high time we come together, know ourselves better (just as our motto goes, Unity and Faith, Peace and Progress) and probably have an association, through which we could be able to assist ourselves and get our voices heard to the authorities concerned. Time i know they say is money, but it will be a thing of joy when we make a little sacrifice to identify with our brothers and sisters here diaspora. It will be a very organized and recognised association even by the Nigerian embassy. We will have excos, who will always pay courtesy visits to the ambassador and also whenever the President or any other important dignitary from Nigeria come visiting. There is no other way i know i could reach out to my fellow students studying here. I just and only hope this goes a long way to help. Greatest Nigeria students Great.
you could get in touch through this email collinssunshine95@gmail.com
Okorie
Tue, 31 Jan 2012 03:02 EST
Nigerian Students in Korea
Hello Adedeji,

I had been studying in Busan till 2010 when I obtained my Ph.D. in Fish Nutrition. There are several Nigerian students here in Busan. Please, look for me (Okorie Okorie Eme) on Facebook and send me a message. I will respond and give you further information on how to get in touch with the students. One of my friends, Olubiyi, is studying at my former university, Pukyong National University.
Nigeria is ours; Nigeria we serve!
Adedeji Adelodun
Tue, 24 Jan 2012 00:27 EST
Contact
Hello, am a graduate student in Kyung Hee University. I just want to make contacts with fellow Nigerian students here in Korea. It has been a strange that i dont seem to meet anyone here. God bless Nigeria.
mark
Wed, 18 Jan 2012 00:16 EST
peace
Thank God for the peace we are enjoying here ever since we elected our new nigeria community president nwike chima he is man of the people by mark thanks
Mr.Dae-Yong Kim, hannileafrica@yahoo.com, +0108073
Fri, 23 Sep 2011 20:55 EDT
First Lady of Nigeria visit to South Korea
The Ambassador,I am Secretary General of Africans International Net-Work for Sustainable Peace and Development, an NGO formed in 2007 in South Korea to help African in general but particularly, People of Niger Delta.We are afiliated to six Women NGOs in South Korea and Japan.Can we participate in working with the First Lady to promote her pet project here? Please contact us for her visit programme in Oct 2011.

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