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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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Felipe R Ngoho
Fri, 17 Mar 2017 03:09 EDT
VISA requirement to get A visit VISA from Philippines
HI,
I am currently working and living in Malaysia for more than 10 Years with Malaysian resident Pass (EXPAT), would like to travel to South Korea for 9 day holiday this coming June. I would like to know what documents I need to prepare to get a VISA.

Please advise me in this email : Felipe.ngoho@gmail.com
Elizabeth
Sun, 5 Mar 2017 10:51 EST
Notarized letter of guarantee
My name is Elizabeth,I'm an Indonesian working in malaysia.I wanted to visit korea as a tourist on 16th March 2017 with my mother,but I've a problem of getting a Korean notary to sign my letter. However, my letter has been signed off by a Korean company, will they accept my letter?is there any solutions provided?please reply to my
message to lamhoiyen@gmail.com as my time is limited.tq
Adi
Tue, 14 Feb 2017 02:58 EST
Notarized letter of invitation and letter of guarantee from a Korean
Dear Embassy of Korea Kuala Lumpur,

My name Adi from Indonesia. Currently i am working in Kuala Lumpur.
I would like to ask a suggestion or might be a help hoe to obtain the notarized letter of invitation from Korean as I am going there as a tourist and I do not have relative or friends in Korea. It will be a big help if you can shed a light on this matter.
Thank you.

Please reply me to: aditanfolks@gmail.com
padam gurung
Mon, 30 Jan 2017 23:43 EST
asking visa
hello Im from nepal working in her malaysia and im going to South Korea for holiday. may i know what i need to do and how to apply turest visa


please reply this email( gurungvai70@gmail.com)
Arnie Anggraini
Mon, 23 Jan 2017 21:51 EST
tourist visa
Dear embassy,

My name arnie, currently I'm studying in Malaysia for 1 year and this year is my 2nd year, I have plan to vacation to south korea with my malaysian friends on april 2017, since I'm Indonesian thus, I have to apply for tourist visa.
May I have some information what are requirements need to provide, especially about bank account,

Thank you for attention
Kindly reply on arnieanggrainisw@gmail.com

Sincerely,
Arnie
Stefan Lunt
Tue, 17 Jan 2017 06:38 EST
Visa application single entry
Dear Embassy of Korea Kuala Lumpur,

My name Stefan from Indonesia. Currently i am working in Kuala Lumpur.
I would like to ask a suggestion or might be a help.
Here is my problem:
I have prepared document such as
1. Passport copy front page.
2. Acknowledgement letter from company to state that i am am employed under malaysian company.
3. Hotel itenary.
4. Flight itenary
5. Prepared sufficient amount in bank at least MYR 10,000
6. Photos
7. Acknowledgement letter from korean( missing)

I really need a suggestion or a help which can help me to obtain number 7 requirement, as i am going there as a visitor to sight seing korea and i don't have a friend which can be a guarantor.
I would really need a big help on this.

Please reply me to: wekzz_ong@yahoo.com
Shariful Islam
Mon, 16 Jan 2017 23:57 EST
tourism in south korea
Hi
I'm shariful islam. I'm from Bangladesh but I'm study in Malaysia. I'm in graduate.I will visiting south korea. can I get Korean tourist visa?

please, reply on this email.
sharifmadbar6@gmail.com
Fira Ernieza
Fri, 6 Jan 2017 10:20 EST
Korean Scholarship Programme for Undergraduate students.
Good evening ,
Madam / Sir

I am currently a science foundation student in the Universiti of Malaya . Within 4 months, I'll be completing this programme and continue on Bachelors Degree.
Being a science student, like many, it's a dream of mine to pursue in medicine programme . To be able to pursue medicine in Korea? That's insane! I've been looking forward to continue my studies in overseas and Korea is the perfect place I could ever be .
One of many reasons are, I definitely love how culturally close Malaysian and Korean is .
Primarily,our countries modernized without leaving behind our traditions and cultures . Evidently, our netizens are still meticulous about modesty and that is a great value that I will never want to eradicate from me wherever I go. Therefore I believe, in Korea, social adaptation would be easier for an Asian, like me .

I've been looking meticulously around for any scholarship offered for undergraduates to prepare myself in the pursuit of education in medicine and I am very much attracted on scholarship offer from Korea.
However, before anything else , and before High hopes are put,
I would like to ask , Do Korean goverment offers scholarships to International students in medicine ?

Thank you , for your kind attention.
emely
Tue, 29 Nov 2016 00:52 EST
i want to apply tourist visa to korea from malaysia
Hi im an filipina currently working her in malaysia.i'd like to tour in south korea.could i applying the tourist visa her in korean embassy her at malaysia?and what are the requirements that i need to provides?


Thank you!


kindly reply to:bencybern2004@yahoo.com
fahmi shukor
Wed, 2 Nov 2016 03:43 EDT
sponsorship for my study
Good evening to Mr and Mrs, I am here want to ask some question. actually I really want to further my study at Korea. But I have money problem. Can I get a sponsorship to further my study and when I came back to Malaysia I can give the best my service to Malaysia people. So I hope you can help me to solve my problem because I have no choise that’s why I sent this email to embassy of Korea. Thank you very much. God bless you always.

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