Visa to the Republic of Korea
The Korean Embassy is located:
- From the railway station by buses No. 1, 69 or
- From the metro station “Nemiga” by buses No. 1, 69, 73, 91 to the bus stop “Komsomolskoye Lake”
ADDRESS AND PHONES
Pobediteley Ave., 59 5th floor, Victoria business center building Consular section of the Embassy: 4th floor, office 407
(phone) +375-17 306-01-47~9, 306-0155~6
(fax) + 375-17 306-01-60, consular section: + 375-17 306-01-57
(Emergency phone number) +375-29 101-00-09
(E-Mail) [email protected]
For additional information, contact the indicated phones.
- The Embassy is open daily from Monday to Friday from 9:00 to 17:30, lunch from 12:30 to 14:00
- Reception of documents for obtaining a visa is carried out daily from 9:00 to 12:00
- Issuance of visas: daily from 15:00 to 17:30
Purpose of stay: tourism
- Invitation ORIGINAL (from Korean travel agency) (Provided by our travel agency)
- Copy of registration certificate of the inviting company
- (Business registration certificate) (Provided by our travel agency.)
- Tour program (Provided by our travel agency.)
- Questionnaire completed in English
- The passport
- 1 photograph (color, on a light background, 3.5 × 4.5 cm)
- Certificate from the place of work (on the letterhead of the organization indicating the position, salary for the last 6 months)
In case of absence of a place of work:
– for students – a certificate from the place of study
– for pensioners – a pension
- Visa fee ($30)
From the travel agency: a power of attorney for the person who submits the documents and his passport of the Republic of Belarus.
VISA-FREE ENTRY TO THE REPUBLIC OF KOREA
For citizens of Belarus, visa-free entry (for up to 30 days) is possible in the following cases:
- Service passport holders.
- In case of transit through the Republic of Korea: for transit passengers flying to the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan. In this case, the route must be strict: Belarus – Korea – the country of destination / or vice versa. Tickets must be round trip. You must have a visa from the country of destination.
- For citizens traveling to Jeju Island, only if using direct flights or steamship routes from Belarus or from third countries to the Jeju area. After staying on the island, they must necessarily leave Jeju Island and cannot travel to other territory of the Republic of Korea except Jeju Island.
- The presence of 4 visas and entries into the country for the last 2 years (tourist, transit and other trips).
- The total number of entries into the country is 10 or more times, confirmed by the corresponding stamps in the passport on crossing the border and passing through customs control, provided that there are no violations of the legislation of the Republic of Korea.
The term for issuing a visa is 5 working days.
For a group (more than 15 people) registration is 1 week.
Visa fee payment procedure. Visa cost
A visa is issued upon payment of the following visa fee:
- Single entry visa up to 90 days: USD 30
- Single entry visa for more than 90 days: USD 50
For citizens of the Russian Federation from April 1, 2011, the visa fee for a single entry visa for up to 90 days is 50 US dollars;
for a single entry visa for a period of more than 90 days – 80 US dollars;
double entry visa up to 90 days – 90 US dollars;
for a multiple entry visa – 120 US dollars;
The visa fee is paid when submitting documents in cash in US dollars without change
. Other currencies and means of payment are not accepted. Also, shabby banknotes or banknotes with external defects – torn, scribbled, soiled, crumpled – are not accepted.
The visa fee is non-refundable in case of refusal.
If the applicant submits the documents not in person, a power of attorney for the person submitting the documents and his passport of the Republic of Belarus is required.
- Original (!)
- Language: Korean, English
- Information about the invited person: last name, first name, date of birth, passport number. Purpose of the invitation. Length of stay.
- An invitation from the organization is issued on a letterhead signed by the head or stamped
- A private invitation must be signed and contain information about the inviting person (last name, first name, date of birth, passport number, address, telephone number), must be notarized.