Philippine passport holders who intend to visit or work in Korea are required to secure a visa at the Consular Office.
Visa classifications are as follows: – Temporary Visitor’s Visa (Tourist/Business) – Transit Visa for Seafarers – Holders of Confirmation of Visa Issuance number from Korea’s Ministry of Justice.
For those who have Confirmation of Visa Issuance number, the period of stay will depend on the approved length of stay from the Ministry of Justice in Korea.
For all those who wish to apply for a Korean visa, they must comply the list of requirements.
Or has been to Korea for more than ten (10) times already.
An interview with the Consul may be required before the result of the application is given.
Temporary Visitor’s Visa may be granted a regular period of stay for 59 days, and if requested, maximum period of stay for 90 days.
Transit Visa for Seafarers is granted period of stay for 59 days.
People who obtained a two year college degree or bachelor’s degree, master’s and doctorate degree from Universities in Korea – Required document: College diploma from Korea 14.
Spouse, minor aged children and parents’ in law of a Korean national – Required document: Korean couples marriage contract and Korean Marriage History 15.