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Vietnam Consulate in South Korea

Are you looking for address and location of Vietnam Consulate in South Korea ? There is no Vietnam Consulate in South Korea but you can find below for address and location of Vietnam embassy in Seoul, South Korea to contact instead:

Vietnam Embassy in South Korea
Address: 28-58, Samchong-Dong, Chongno-Ku,110-230, Seoul, South Korea
Phone: (822) 739 2065 738 2318    
Visa Information:  734 - 7948
Consular section: 734 7948
Fax (822) 739 2064; 738 2317
Email vndsq@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.vietnamembassy-seoul.org

South Korean passport holders are not required visa for entering Vietnam if stay less than 15 days. Please don’t forget to apply for 1 month or 3 month or 6 month visa if you intend to stay in Vietnam for more than 15 days. Of course, you can extend your stay once you are in Vietnam but your passport will be kept for 1 week for visa extension procedure.

Vietnam visa on arrival is a policy of Vietnam government to facilitate travelers from over the world get visa for Vietnam fast, cheap and easy, especially for travelers living far from Vietnam embassy and consulate or no embassy or consulate of Vietnam present. 
SOUTH KOREA
  • Complete Name: Republic of Korea
  • Native Name: Daehan Minguk (Taehan Min'guk)
  • ISO-Code: KOR
  • Capital: Seoul
Provinces in South Korea: Busan (Pusan), Chungcheongbuk-do (Ch'ungch'ŏngpuk-do), Chungcheongnam-do (Ch'ungch'ŏngnam-do), Daegu (Taegu), Daejeon (Taejŏn), Gangwon-do (Kangwŏn-do), Gwangju (Kwangju), Gyeonggi-do (Kyŏnggi-do), Gyeongsangbuk-do (Kyŏngsangpuk-do), Gyeongsangnam-do (Kyŏngsangnam-do), Incheon (Inch'ŏn), Jeju-do (Cheju-do), Jeollabuk-do (Chŏllapuk-do), Jeollanam-do (Chŏllanam-do), Seoul (Sŏul), Ulsan

Principal Cities in South Korea: Seoul, Busan, Incheon, Daegu, Daejeon, Gwangju, Ulsan, Suwon, Changwon

Cities in South Korea: Andong, Ansan, Anseong (Ansŏng), Anyang, Asan, Boryeong (Poryŏng – Taech'ŏn), Bucheon (Puch'ŏn), Busan [Pusan], Changwon (Ch'angwŏn; incl. Masan & Jinhae), Cheonan (Ch'ŏnan), Cheongju (Ch'ŏngju), Chuncheon (Ch'unch'ŏn), Chungju (Ch'ungju), Daegu [Taegu], Daejeon (Taejŏn) [Taejon], Dongducheon (Tongduchŏn), Donghae (Tonghae), Gangneung (Kangnŭng), Geoje (Kŏje), Gimcheon (Kimch'ŏn), Gimhae (Kimhae), Gimje (Kimje), Gimpo (Kimp'o), Gongju (Kongju), Goyang (Koyang), Gumi (Kumi), Gunpo (Kunp'o), Gunsan (Kunsan), Guri (Kuri), Gwacheon (Kwachŏn), Gwangju (Kwangju), Gwangju [Kwangju], Gwangmyeong (Kwangmyŏng), Gwangyang (Kwangyang), Gyeongju (Kyŏngju), Gyeongsan (Kyŏngsan), Gyeryong (Kyeryong), Hanam, Hwaseong (Hwasŏng), Icheon (Ich'ŏn), Iksan (Iri), Incheon (Inch'ŏn), Jecheon (Chech'ŏn), Jeju (Cheju), Jeongeup (Chŏngŭp), Jeonju (Chŏnju), Jinju (Chinju), Miryang, Mokpo (Mokp'o), Mungyeong (Mun'gyŏng), Naju, Namwon, Namyangju (Mikum), Nonsan, Osan, Paju (P'aju), Pocheon (P'och'ŏn), Pohang (P'ohang), Pyeongtaek (P'yŏngt'aek – Songtan), Sacheon (Sach'ŏn), Samcheok (Samch'ŏk), Sangju, Seogwipo (Sŏgwip'o), Seongnam (Sŏngnam), Seosan (Sŏsan), Seoul (Sŏul), Siheung (Shihŭng), Sokcho (Sŏkch'o), Suncheon (Sunch'ŏn), Suwon (Suwŏn), Taebaek (T'aebaek), Tongyeong (T'ong-yŏng), Uijeongbu (Ŭijŏngbu), Uiwang (Ŭiwang), Ulsan, Wonju (Wŏnju), Yangju, Yangsan, Yeongcheon (Yŏngch'ŏn), Yeongju (Yŏngju), Yeosu (Yŏsu), Yongin (Yong-in)