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South Korean flag Embassy of South Korea in Kuala Lumpur

AddressNo. 9 & 11, Jalan Nipah, Off Jalan Ampang
55000 Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia
Phonelocal: (03) 4251.2336
international: +60.3.4251.2336
Faxlocal: (03) 4252.1425
international: +60.3.4252.1425
Emailkorem-my@mofat.go.kr

» Can I visit South Korea without a visa?

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TRAN QUYEN
Mon, 20 Nov 2017 13:23 EST
KOREA VISA
TRAVEL TO KOREA
I am a Vietnamese Citizen n got married Malaysian.I had long-term Malaysia visa. I would like to visit South Korea for one week vacation purpose in December. Kindly assist me these steps I need to prepare to get a VISA.

Please advise me via email : Maikhoi.2111@yahoo.com
Thank you,
leo dumalaon
Tue, 19 Sep 2017 19:19 EDT
offered a Special Retiree Program VIsa in the philippines any nationalities
(1) must be foreign nationals or former filipino citizens who are at least 35 years old..
(2) spouse must be legitimate or legaly married to the principal retiree and children legally adopted by the principal retiree, un married and below @! years old upon joining the program..
(3) indefinite stay with multiple- entry/ exit previleges
(4) free student VISA/ study permit..
(5) free ACR-I CARD(annual report)
(6) free tax pension and annuities
(7) free accesS to the greet and assist program at selected airport
(8) free travel Tax
(9) free customs duties and taxes
for more info: pls call : leo/manny : or call landline:
marilyn ibarra bano
Wed, 23 Aug 2017 06:46 EDT
marilynbano1@gmail.com
hi sir,ma'am i am a filipina citizen and holding maids visa here in kuala lumpur. and my cousin invite me to visit him in south korea. what are the requirements so that i can get a visa in your embassy. and my employer is alowing me to visit there for at least 90days. please give me advice or email me marilynbano1@gmail.com.. i hope for your pleasure responce thank u
TRAN THU TRANG
Fri, 18 Aug 2017 00:57 EDT
TRAVEL TO KOREA
ravel to Korea
I am a Vietnamese Citizen currently working in Malaysia with Employment Pass. I would like to visit South Korea for one week vacation purpose in October. Kindly assist me these steps I need to prepare to get a VISA.

Please advise me via email : trangthutran2510@gmail.com
Thank you,
TRAN THI THUY VY
Sat, 5 Aug 2017 05:20 EDT
Travel to Korea
I am a Vietnamese Citizen currently working here (5 months) in Malaysia with Employment Pass. I would like to visit South Korea for one week vacation purpose in November this year. Kindly assist me these steps I need to prepare to get a VISA. Should I go back Vietnam and proceed at Embassy of South Korea in Ho Chi Minh city? (that's impossible to submit my passport in Embassy of South Korea in Ho Chi Minh in few (8) days due to I have to go to work here).

Please advise me in this email : vy.ttt.01@gmail.com
Many thanks!
Juliet
Sun, 30 Jul 2017 22:51 EDT
VISA requirement to get A Tourist VISA from Philippines
Hi!
Good day.

I am Filipino with Philippine passport holder, and currently working in Malaysia. I would like to visit South Korea with 4 to 6 days vacation purpose. I would like to know what documents and steps I need to prepare to get a VISA.

Kindly advise me in this email : julietcua@gmail.com
Many thanks.
Farman
Tue, 11 Jul 2017 06:11 EDT
Asking spouse visa
Hi sir my wife is Korean in I m Pakistani in we come to Malaysia for Holidays in want go Korea so we go go from Malaysia in we want Korean spouse or visit visa I waiting you reply my email is darmana217@gmail.com
Sarajit Baral
Mon, 5 Jun 2017 12:03 EDT
Transit through Incheon with Bangladesh Passport
Hello Sir!

I am Sarajit Baral [Passport #BK0660371], a Bangladeshi citizen residing in Kuala Lampur with working visa. I am currently working in British American Tobacco as Packaging Development Manager. I have visited South Korea once in 2013 to attend one of the JCI Conference.

In the same regard, I am planning to visit Mongolia on June 07, 2017. However my flight will have a 7 hours lay over in Incheon Airport. As per the communication with Korean Air, I don’t need to go out of the airport to collect my luggage. However, I don’t have visa for South Korea.

I have read in one article that Bangladeshi with US visa can have this transit. In that case, I have my active US visa with my passport. On top of that, I have prior visa to Australia, Canada, Uk. Shenzen, Germany, Japan etc. visa in my passport.

It will be a great help if you can let me know whether I am allowed to take this route. As my flight is on June 07, 2017 and I have to reach Mongolia by June 08, 2017, it will be great if you can let me know at your earliest.

This is FYI and suggestion.
Regards
Sarajit Baral
Pauline Duncan
Thu, 11 May 2017 02:01 EDT
Looking for Mr Choi Youn Ho
Referring to the previous comment on looking for a Mr Choi Youn Ho. Please contact me by email for any feedback.

Thank you

adminbki@cititelexpress.com
Pauline Duncan
Thu, 11 May 2017 00:27 EDT
To locate wherabout of a korean man
Dear Sir,
I am writing on behalf of a hotel in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. Can you assist me in locating the whereabout of one of your citizen that has been staying with us in 2015. This is because we need him or his next of kin to collect belonging that he left behind. His name is Mr Choi Youn Ho. He does have his passport number but not sure safe or not to put here. He does not leave behind his contact number or forwarding address. Please help. Thank you.

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