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Consulate General of South Korea in Nagoya, Japan

Consulate General of South Korea in Nagoya, Japan, located at 1-19-12, Meieki-minami, Nakamura-ku. View a location map, get driving directions or find information about the address, phone, fax, office hours, emergency contacts, official website, Facebook page, Twitter, consular jurisdiction, consular services, visa list, and head of mission (HOM).

  • Address

    1-19-12, Meieki-minami, Nakamura-ku
    Nagoya, Aichi 450-0003
    Japan
  • Telephone

    +81 52 586 9221

  • Emergency Phone

    080-4221-9500

  • Fax

    +81 52 586 9287

  • Email

    [email protected]

  • Office Hours

    Monday to Friday: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm, 1:00 pm - 5:45 pm

Location Map

Location map of the Consulate General of South Korea in Nagoya, Japan

Website

Office website

Social Media

Head of Mission

KIM Sungsoo, Consul General

Common Visa Types

Citizens of qualified countries may be able to travel to South Korea without a visa. The most common types of South Korea visas are the following.

  • A visas
    • A-1 (Diplomat)
    • A-2 (Government official)
    • A-3 (Agreement)
  • B visas
    • B-1 (Visa exemption)
    • B-2 (Tourist/transit)
  • C visas
    • C-1 (Temporary news coverage)
    • C-2 (Short-term business)
    • C-3 (Short-term visit)
    • C-4 (Short-term employee)
  • D visas
    • D-1 (Artist)
    • D-2 (Students)
    • D-3 (Industrial trainee)
    • D-4 (General trainee)
    • D-5 (Journalism)
    • D-6 (Religion)
    • D-7 (Supervisor)
    • D-8 (Corporate investor)
    • D-9 (International trade)
    • D-10 (Job Seeking)
  • E visas
    • E-1 (Professor)
    • E-2 (Foreign language instructor)
    • E-3 (Research)
    • E-4 (Technology transfer)
    • E-5 (Professional employment)
    • E-6 (Artistic performer)
    • E-7 (Designated activities)
    • E-8 (Training employment)
    • E-9 (Non-professional employment)
    • E-10 (Crew employee)
  • F visas
    • F-1 (Visiting or joining the family)
    • F-2 (Resident)
    • F-3 (Accompanying spouse/child)
    • F-4 (Overseas Korean)
    • F-5 (Permanent resident)
    • F-6 (Marriage to Korean Citizen)
  • G visas
    • G-1 (Miscellaneous)
  • H visas
    • H-1 (Working holiday)
    • H-2 (Working visit)
  • M visas
    • M-1 (Military)
  • T visas
    • T-1 (Tourist landing)

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South Korea issues different types of passports including regular passports, diplomatic passports for diplomats, official passports for government officials, and others.

South Korean Passport Renewal Abroad

When a South Korean passport expires, it can be renewed at a South Korean embassy or consulate abroad. The renewal process typically requires submitting an application with supporting documents and paying the applicable fees.

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This page was last edited on 14 July 2024 at 05:04 AM (EST).