Accredited travel agencies to process Korean visas
Louella Desiderio (The Philippine Star) - June 3, 2018 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines — Passengers bound for South Korea are reminded to have their visa applications processed through accredited travel agencies starting July 1.

The embassy of South Korea announced that beginning July 1, visa applications should be made through accredited travel agencies and not directly at the embassy’s consular office.

The embassy’s accredited travel agencies are 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 & Tours Corp., Come On Phils. Golf & Travel Agency Inc., Constellation Travels Inc., First United Travel Inc., Getaway Tours International Inc., Grand Hope Travel Inc.;

H.I.S (Philippines) Travel Corp., Hanatour Manila Inc., Hankookeeb Corp., Horizon Travel &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 & Tours Corp.;

North Star International Travel Inc., Pan Pacific Travel Corp., Party-On Travel and Tour Community Inc., Rajah Travel Corp., Rakso Air Travel and Tours Inc., Reli Tours and Travel Co., Sharp Travel Service (Phils.) Inc., Swire Travel Phils Inc., The Baron Travel Corp., Travel Pros, Travelservices Inc. and Uni-Orient Travel Inc.

Only the spouses and children of South Korean nationals, holders of visa issuance number, government employees on official business trip and those with urgent reason to travel to Korea would be allowed to apply for visa directly at the embassy.

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