Last March, The Korean Embassy in the Philippines announced that it will no longer be accepting walk-ins for visa applications. Instead, it will assign travel agencies that will accept applications for those applying for tourist visas.
Now, it’s official: Starting July 1, if you want to travel to Korea, you have to apply for a visa in an accredited travel agency. Here are the 35 designated agencies:
- Aboex Travel and Tours
- Adventure International
- Ark Travel Express Inc.
- Blue Horizons Travel and Tours Inc.
- Budget Travel and Tours Inc.
- Casto Travel Philippines Inc.
- City Travel and Tours Corporation
- Come on Phils. Golf and Travel Agency Inc.
- Constellation Travels Inc.
- First United Travel Inc.
- Getaway Tours International Inc.
- Grand Hope Travel Inc.
- H.I.S. (Philippines) Travel Corp.
- Hanator Manila Inc.
- Hankookceb Corp.
- Horizon Travel and Tours Inc.
- International Journeys Inc.
- Island Resort Club Tour Services Inc.
- JTB Asia Pacific Phil. Corp.
- KP Joeun Consultancy Inc.
- Las Palmas Tours and Travel Agency Inc.
- Marsman Drysdale Travel Inc.
- MNK Travel and Tours Corp.
- North Star International Travel Inc.
- Pan Pacific Travel Corporation
- Party-on Travel and Tour Community Inc.
- Rajah Travel Corporation
- Rakso Air Travel and Tours Inc.
- Reli Tours and Travel Company
- Sharp Travel Service (Phils.) Inc.
- Swire Travel Phils Inc.
- The Baron Travel Corporation
- Travel Pros
- Travelservices Inc.
- Uni-orient Travel Inc.
For more details and updates, visit the website of The Korean Embassy of the Philippines here.
Featured image is taken from Asia Exchange.