Korean Visa Application Requirements for Filipino Tourists in Manila, Philippines (Single / Multiple Entry)

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2021 UPDATE: As of April 2021, the Embassy of Korea in the Philippines only accepts Korean visa applications for ESSENTIAL travel only — both for long-term and short-term visas (e.g. for work, study, marriage, family, etc.). For more information on these kinds of visas, please check out this link.

I’m sure that a majority of us Filipinos have encountered Korean influences at some point in our lives, may it be through K-Pop, K-dramas (Koreanovelas), cosmetic products, or food (among many others). Due to these things as well as other factors, South Korea has remained to be a dream destination for many — but for those who want to make it a reality, there is the question of how our weak Philippine third world passports can fare when it comes to entry or visa matters. Don’t fret though because applying for a South Korean visa is easy and also FREE!

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The application process is SO simple and starting this 2018, the Korean Embassy is coursing applications through travel agencies (much like how the Japan Embassy does). As such, with the help of this guide, let us make your South Korea travel dreams come true!

…But first, a disclaimer:

NO ONE can give you a guarantee on your South Korean visa’s approval: not even a lawyer, a consultant, a travel agent, or an embassy employee. Anyone who says otherwise is most likely going to be a scammer. That being said, what I can offer you here is a comprehensive guide with helpful tips to increase your chances of getting that South Korean tourist visa.

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ApplicationProcess for South Korean Visa

Step 1: Determine the type of South Korean visa that you need to apply for

There are, of course, various types of South Korean visas out there that you can apply for: a visa for studying, a visa for business, a visa for joining family, etc.

For this particular guide though, I will only be discussing the requirements for a tourist visa since it’s an experience that I’ve gone through myself.

If, however, you have a different situation or purpose of visit, it’s best that you contact the South Korea Embassy for more information and for the complete requirements. You can do this via telephone ([02] 856-9210, local no. 270 or 500) or via email: [email protected]

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Step 2: Prepare the required documents for your application

Depending on your circumstance, click the symbol ‘+‘ below to view the corresponding requirements for each section. Make sure that you have authentic, original, and complete documents at all times!

  1. Philippine Passport. Make sure that your passport is valid for more than 6 months prior to your intended travel date, it has your signature, filled out the emergency contact page, and has at least two (2) blank pages.
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  2. Photocopy of current Philippine Passport bio page. This is found on page 2 (the part where your passport photo and other info are shown).
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  3. If applicable, previous Philippine Passport(s). You only need to submit this if you have traveled abroad within the last 5 years.
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  4. If applicable, original and photocopy of all your OECD visas for the past 5 years. If you have been to any of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development or OECD countries in the past 5 years as a tourist, make sure to submit the original and photocopy(ies) of the relevant visas and arrival stamps. (UPDATE: As of 2019, even if Japan is part of OECD countries, it is NO longer considered as an example due to several cases of applicants passing fake Japan visas.)
    • Doing this will help expedite the processing time of your visa.
    • When I said ‘original’, this will mean that you will have to submit the passport(s) that contains the OECD visas and arrival stamps (no matter if they are your old or current passport[s]).
    • Only used visas are counted.
    • It is said that you are NO longer required to submit an ITR if you have traveled at least once to OECD member countries in the past 5 years — or have traveled to South Korea for more than two times within the last 4 years.
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  5. A duly accomplished South Korean Visa Application Form.
    • Download the application form here: PDF or Word File.
    • Properly fill the form by hand with your information in CAPITAL LETTERS, yes, even your email address. (However, it seems that some tour offices require it to be printed; so best to prepare both versions to be sure).
      • Erasures are NOT allowed and you should also NOT write outside the boxes.
      • Leave all spaces blank if they are not applicable to you. (You can also put N/A, but since the travel agencies will re-check your documents, you can leave it blank at first so that you won’t waste any paper in case you filled something incorrectly. If everything is fine, put N/A on fields that are not applicable to you.)
      • There is a part in Section 2 that asks for “Confirmation of Visa Issuance”. Just leave it blank or put N/A because this is basically info that’s only issued in Korea (most likely for Koreans only).
    • There are sections here that ask for your address/hotel in South Korea as well as your intended date of entry and period of stay…
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This does NOT mean that you are required to book your airline and hotels beforehand because the embassy does NOT require applicants to book it before approval — nor do they require you to submit booking documents related to them. That being said, once your South Korean visa is approved, check Skyscanner to look for the best flight deals. As for hotel bookings, it’s best to do it with Booking.com or Agoda.com. With them, you can reserve a hotel with NO pre-payment and you can even cancel the booking a day before your arrival with NO cancellation charges at all.

  1. 1 Passport-sized photo. This should be around 35mm x 45mm, colored, and against a white background. Paste this on your South Korea visa application form.
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  2. Optional: cover letter and itinerary. These are NOT required, but it’s always good practice to prepare them, to see an example cover letter, you can check the letter I submitted for my Korean visa application before in this link.
    • However, if you are a freelancer or if you have missing documents that you can’t submit such as an ITR, a Certificate of Employment, etc. — it is, therefore, a MUST that you submit a cover letter to the embassy to explain your situation.
    • As for the itinerary, there have been some cases wherein some applicants were asked to submit a rough draft of their South Korea itinerary; so it’s best to prepare this just in case.
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  3. If applicable, photocopy of eligible BDO or BPI credit card and latest original credit card account statement. The South Korean Embassy is currently holding a promo wherein eligible BDO and BPI credit cardholders can acquire multiple-entry visas — and they will also be exempted from submitting some required financial documents. Moreover, the embassy announced that this promo will last until December 31, 2022. In fact, thanks to this promo, I got a 5-year multiple-entry visa (I submitted my BDO Platinum credit card). For more info on this, see here (take note that BPI cards are not covered on this promo as of this date).
    • These are the cards that are qualified:
      • BDO Gold Cardholders will get a multiple-entry visa valid for 3 years: Gold Visa Credit Card, Gold MasterCard Credit Card, Gold UnionPay Credit Card, Gold JCB Credit Card
      • BDO Elite Cardholders will get a multiple-entry visa valid for 3 to 5 years: Platinum Visa Credit Card, Titanium/Platinum, and World Elite MasterCard Credit Card, Gold/Platinum/Cathay Pacific and American Express Charge Cards issued by BDO, Diamond UnionPay Credit Card, Diners Club Premiere
      • (To be Confirmed or TBC) BPI Gold Master Cardholders will get a multiple-entry visa valid for 3 years: BPI SkyMiles Platinum Master Card
      • (TBC) BPI Amore Visa Platinum cardholders will get a multiple-entry visa valid for 3 to 5 years.
      • (TBC) Gold BPI Express Teller Debit Cardholders will get a multiple-entry visa to Korea valid for 3 to 5 years.
    • The following financial documents are NO longer required for submission, as long as you have at least one of the credit cards above:
      • Original personal bank certificate.
      • Photocopy of your ITR (and/or Form 2316).
    • If you receive your credit card statements through email, you should visit the bank to acquire the original copy of the statement. A printed copy of the emailed account statement will NOT be accepted. And yes, you can blur out or hide the numbers on your credit card photocopy when submitting.
    • Supplementary cardholders of the above cards are allowed BUT only if you are an immediate family member (spouse, child, parent). Also, take note that this does not mean that you are automatically issued a multiple-entry visa. Of course, issuance is still subject to the embassy’s decision upon reviewing your whole application.
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  4. Proof of income or financial stability. The requirements for this differ depending on your occupation. But if in case you are a student, a minor, or a person who has no income, refer to section (B).
    • For employed persons.
      • Original personal bank certificate: this must indicate your account type, current balance, account opening date and 6 months average balance (ADB).
        • You are exempt from submitting this if you hold eligible BDO or BPI cards as mentioned in #6 above.
      • An original or certified true copy of bank statements/passbook for the last 3 months.
      • Original Certificate of Employment: this must be printed on your company’s official letterhead and must contain details of your officer or employer’s address, HR landline number, HR email address, your position, your hiring date, and your salary.
      • Photocopy of your ITR (or Form 2316)
        • UPDATE: Starting July 2018, the company alphalist is no longer required — BUT, it may be requested as an additional document for some applicants under the discretion of the embassy. Meanwhile, if you can’t submit a Company Alphalist, you must submit an explanation letter — better if it’s issued by your company.
      • If you do NOT have an ITR or any of the other requirements above, write a simple letter explaining why you’re unable to submit them (examples: you’re newly employed so you don’t have an ITR, etc.).
        • The only time you are exempt from submitting an ITR is if you have traveled to OECD countries in the past 5 years or if you hold eligible BDO or BPI cards as mentioned in #6 above.
    • For self-employed / business persons.
      • Original personal bank certificate: this must indicate your account type, current balance, account opening date and 6 months average balance (ADB).
        • You are exempt from submitting this if you hold eligible BDO or BPI cards as mentioned in #6 above.
      • If you own a business, submit photocopies of your Business Registration issued by DTI / SEC, the company ITR, and Business Permit or Mayor’s Permit.
      • If you’re a freelancer, provide the latest photocopy of your ITR (or Form 1701A) with corresponding payment receipt from a BIR-authorized bank and proof of work (examples: screenshots of your work, a letter from clients, proof of payments for your work, etc.).
      • If you do NOT have an ITR, write a simple letter explaining why you’re unable to submit it (examples: if you are a new business, a newly self-employed person, you are being taxed in another country, etc.)
        • The only time you are exempt from submitting an ITR is if you have traveled to OECD countries in the past 5 years or if you hold eligible BDO or BPI cards as mentioned in #6 above.
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    • For retirees.
      • Original personal bank certificate: this must indicate your account type, current balance, account opening date, and 6 months average balance (ADB).
        • You are exempt from submitting this if you hold eligible BDO or BPI cards as mentioned in #6 above.
      • An original or certified true copy of bank statements/passbook for the last 3 months.
      • Photocopy of your senior citizen ID.
    • For unemployed persons.
      • Given the way the Embassy of South Korea presents its requirements for visa applicants, it’s best that you acquire a guarantor/sponsor who can provide an ITR. Refer to section (B) below for this.
    • For students, minors, housewives, ‘househusbands’, etc.
      • Refer to section (B) below.

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This kind of application is applicable for students, minors, unemployed persons, husband/wife (if one of you will be supporting the other), self-employed persons/freelancers (who can’t provide an ITR and have no strong reason why they can’t submit it) or just about any person who will take on a sponsor. This also applies to anyone who would have a company/agency to sponsor the trip.

For submitting the necessary requirements, simply submit the requirements listed in section (A), numbers #1 to #8. And when it comes to (#9) Proof of income or financial stability, you should ask these documents from your guarantor/sponsor as dependent on their profession or occupation — this could be your mom, dad, brother, sister, friend, boyfriend, girlfriend, relative, etc.

Take note though that there are no guarantees of approval if your guarantor is NOT a family member of yours. In fact, it is said that it’s a lot better to have family sponsoring you.

Moving on, you should also submit the following…

  1. Sponsor/Guarantee letter. This is a simple letter written by your sponsor indicating and confirming how he/she will cover the costs of your South Korea trip.
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  2. Photocopy of sponsor/guarantor’s passport. Provide a photocopy of the bio page only; if not, it can be a photocopy of any government-issued ID.
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TIP: If your sponsor is your brother/sister, you must also submit their birth certificate to the embassy.

ADDITIONAL NOTES:

  • If you are personally invited by a South Korean…
    • …resident, you must submit an invitation letter and a photocopy of his/her passport or authentication ID
    • …national, you must submit an invitation letter and photocopy of his/her passport or ID card.
    • …company, you must submit an invitation letter and a photocopy of the Korean company’s business permit.
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  • If you are married, submit a photocopy of your NSO Marriage Certificate.
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  • If you are a student, submit the following:
    • Original school certificate.
    • Photocopy of your school ID.
    • Photocopy of your NSO-issued birth certificate.
    • Your parents’ or your sponsor’s supporting financial documents (depending on their occupation refer to the list in section (A) under #9.)
      • If your parents are your sponsor, provide a photocopy of an NSO-issued marriage certificate.
      • If your sponsor is other than your parents, explain your relationship with that person through a cover letter.

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The South Korean Embassy only issues multiple-entry visas under certain conditions. Currently, there are 2 ways to avail this….

FIRST, by being a frequent South Korea traveler. Basically, it is said that if you have visited South Korea more than 4 times in the past 2 years OR if you have visited South Korea for more than 10 times in total (with at least 1 of the visits done within the past 2 years), then you are suitable for a multiple-entry application. (For more details, see here).

SECONDvia the BDO/BPI promo. Basically, the embassy has implemented a promotion wherein eligible BDO and BPI credit cardholders can acquire multiple-entry visas when they apply for a South Korean visa (along with this, they will also be exempted from submitting a bank certificate and ITR). However, take note that this does not mean that you are automatically issued a multiple-entry visa. Of course, issuance is still subject to the embassy’s decision upon reviewing your whole application.

The embassy announced that this promo will last until December 31, 2022. In fact, thanks to this promo, I got a 5-year multiple-entry visa (I submitted my BDO Platinum credit card). For more info on this, see here (take note that BPI cards are not covered on this promo as of this date).

The eligible cards are:

  • BDO Gold Cardholders will get a multiple-entry visa valid for 3 years: Gold Visa Credit Card, Gold MasterCard Credit Card, Gold UnionPay Credit Card, Gold JCB Credit Card
  • BDO Elite Cardholders will get a multiple-entry visa valid for 3 to 5 years: Platinum Visa Credit Card, Titanium/Platinum, and World Elite MasterCard Credit Card, Gold/Platinum/Cathay Pacific and American Express Charge Cards issued by BDO, Diamond UnionPay Credit Card, Diners Club Premiere
  • (To be Confirmed or TBC) BPI Gold Master Cardholders will get a multiple-entry visa valid for 3 years: BPI SkyMiles Platinum Master Card
  • (TBC) BPI Amore Visa Platinum cardholders will get a multiple-entry visa valid for 3 to 5 years.
  • (TBC) Gold BPI Express Teller Debit Cardholders will get a multiple-entry visa to Korea valid for 3 to 5 years.

Therefore, to avail of this promo you just need to submit the standard requirements in either section (A) or (B) (as dependent on your situation) plus these: the qualified BDO or BPI credit card, photocopy of said credit card, and latest original credit card account statement.

Take note that if you receive your credit card statements through email, you should visit the bank to acquire the original copy of the statement. A printed copy of the emailed account statement will NOT be accepted. And yes, you can blur out or hide the numbers on your credit card photocopy when submitting.

Supplementary cardholders of the above cards are also allowed BUT only if you are an immediate family member (spouse, child, parent).

NOTE: If in case you are a Philippine national living or residing in a foreign country and you wish to avail a South Korea tourist visa, kindly inquire with the appropriate South Korean Embassy in the country that you’re living in.

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Step 3: Process your South Korean visa at a travel agency

Starting 2018, the Embassy of South Korea in the Philippines will NO longer accept direct applications (unless you are a spouse or child of a Korean national, a government employee on a business trip, an application with urgent humanitarian reasons, or a visa issuance number holder from Korea). So what you need to do instead is go to an accredited travel agency — submit your documents to them and they will process your application for you!

A South Korean Visa is FREE of charge as long as you are only going to stay 59 days or less; however, these travel agencies charge for the service that they offer of processing/sending your application and it can range from Php 500 to Php 2,000. (Meanwhile, for stays spanning from 60 to 90 days, the embassy charges a fee of about Php 1,800.)

To date, below are the accredited travel agencies, as listed below:

Take note that the consulate in Cebu still accepts direct applications. For the address details of South Korea’s embassies in the Philippines:

KOREAN EMBASSY IN MANILA
122 Upper McKinley Road, McKinley Town Center, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig
Email Address: [email protected]
Telephone: (63-2) 856-9210, local no. 270, 500
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KOREAN CONSULATE IN CEBU
12th Floor Chinabank Corporate Center, Lot 2, Samar Loop Cor. Road 5, Cebu Business Park, Cebu
Email Address: [email protected]
Contact No.: (63-32) 231-1516(-9)

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Step 4: Claim your South Korean visa results

Typically, the processing time for visas by the South Korea Embassy is as follows. But now that a travel agency will be sending your application, you might have to add about one to two days extra to take into account the fact that they will be sending and picking up your passport.

  • 2020 UPDATE: Visa processing period is now done for 10 to 15 working days.

PREVIOUS ROCESSING TIME:
7 working days = Typical process time
3 working days = Manila applications with OECD visas within the past 5 years
5 working days = Manila applications without OECD visas

There are some travel agencies who offer rush processing for 2 days for $20.

Should your application be approved (yay!), make sure that your South Korean visa has your correct name, passport number, etc.

  • Wanna track the status of your application online? Go to this page!

2020 UPDATE: The Embassy will NO longer issue a visa label for visa applications processed in the Philippines as of July 1, 2020. If your application is approved, the embassy will notify you by issuing a ‘Visa Grant Notice’ on the official website. From there, you can print out the visa document by entering your passport number, date of birth, and other relevant information.
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The Visa Grant Notice will contain your personal details including name, date of birth, and passport number, as well as other details including visa issuance number, status of stay, period of stay, number of allowed entries, date of issue, validity of visa, and issuing authority. (Simply PRINT the Visa Grant Notice and present it to immigration officers before your flight and after arrival).

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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

When is the earliest time that I can apply for a South Korean visa?

You can apply as early as three (3) months or 90 days before your planned trip date departure.

Which is the best travel agency to go to if I want to increase my chances of approval?

There really is NO best travel agency out there when it comes to visa approval because they have NO control whatsoever over that matter. Again, these accredited travel agencies simply ensure that the documents you are going to give are complete. After which, they just pass it to the embassy who makes the analysis and final decision.

How long is the duration of a single-entry tourist South Korean visa?

All tourist visa holders of a single-entry visa are permitted to stay in South Korea for a maximum period of 59 days.

If I have a multiple-entry tourist visa, how long till I can re-enter South Korea again after a trip?

There seems to be NO existing rule for a “break period” when you want to enter South Korea again — however, take note that if you enter the country again too soon, that will raise questions and the immigration might not let you in. Also, take note that you should NOT spend more than 180 days total in a year in South Korea as a tourist.

How long does it take for my South Korea Visa application to be processed?

Please refer to the info I mentioned above under step #4.

Do I need to book accommodation and plane tickets by the time I send in my application?

The embassy does NOT require applicants to book nor submit roundtrip flight tickets and hotel(s) before applying for a visa. Don’t bother submitting these because the staff will just give the documents back to you.

Do I need to submit a cover letter for my visa application?

This is NOT required, but it’s always good practice to prepare it just in case. To see an example cover letter, you can check the letter I submitted for my Korean visa application before in this link.

How much money should I show in my bank account?

The South Korean Embassy did NOT mention any minimum balance requirement, but some people have been saying that you need to have at least Php 10,000 per day of your stay — you can use this as a standard but of course it’s always best if you have more. The way I see it, there’s no amount that will guarantee approval. Just ensure that you have complete documents and have enough pocket money to support yourself during your trip.

How can I track or follow up on the status of my South Korea visa application?

You can go to this page.

My South Korea Visa application was denied. Is there anything I can do?

Sorry to hear that. Either way, you can reapply again after 6 months.

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As you can see, applying for a South Korea Tourist Visa is fast and easy — you can do it all by yourself! All in all, I hope the process becomes absolutely hassle-free for you with the help of this visa guide.

Let me know how it goes… good luck!

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289 Comments

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  1. Reychelle

    Hi Miss Aileen! Regarding sa cover letter, kailangan po ba na Hand-written or type written po dapat? Thankyou!

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    • Aileen

      It could be either, but maybe best to type it out and then just put your signature on it :) Good luck!

      Reply
  2. Janine

    HI ms. aileen.
    Im just wondering, my uncle will be my sponsor in going to korea and in my visa application I included my uncle’s documents so that it would appear there as he is my sponsor and we submitted together our requirements in the agency and I was luckily approved on the other hand my uncle got denied.

    Reply
    • Aileen

      Oh no, I’m sorry to hear that! The Embassy can work ‘in mysterious ways’ in cases like this. Have you tried asking what the reason for denial is?

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      • Janine

        I was deceived ;( unfortunately I wasn’t able to join the trip with my cousin. The agency who processed our visa misinformed who got the approved visa. They informed me that I was approved but when my cousin got the passports, She saw That I was the one denied and not my Uncle. Such a heartbreaking. They also forgot to include in my application of my uncle’s documents.

        Reply
        • Apple

          Hi you can reapply sa Cebu no need to wait 6 months ganun ginawa ko ngaun

  3. Kae

    Thanks, girl, for the guide! I just found out online last night that my visa has been approved! :D i wrote about my experience and also included your blog on my post! :)

    Reply
    • Aileen

      I’m happy to hear that! Enjoy your trip :D

      Reply
  4. Annabel

    Hi. May I know what are the requirement / documents I need to bring if I am an employed applicant who would like to apply for a tourist visa?

    Reply
    • Aileen

      Requirements for you are stated under section (A) above. Hope that helps :)

      Reply
  5. Eliud

    Can I apply for visa on the same month of my visit?

    Reply
    • Aileen

      Sure! Just make sure to allot enough days so you can get your visa on time :)

      Reply
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