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South Korea Tourist Visa WITH Guarantor/Sponsor

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 #6. And when it comes to (#8) 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.

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 emergency contact page,
and has at least two (2) blank pages.
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).
3. If applicable, previous Philippine Passport(s)
4. If applicable, original and photocopy of all your OECD visas for the past 5 years.
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5. A duly accomplished South Korea Visa Application Form.
o Download the application form here.
o 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.
 There is a part in Section 2 that asks for “Confirmation of Visa Issuance”.
Just leave it blank because this is basically info that’s only issued in Korea
(most likely for Koreans only).
o 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…

6 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.

Moving on, you should also submit the following…

9. Sponsor/Guarantee letter. This is a simple letter written by your sponsor indicating how
he/she will cover the costs of your South Korea trip.
10. Photocopy of sponsor/guarantor’s passport/valid ID. Provide a photocopy of the
bio page only; if not, it can be a photocopy of any government-issued ID.

ADDITIONAL NOTES:

 If you are personally invited by a South Korean…


o …resident, you must submit an invitation letter and a photocopy of his/her passport
or authentication ID
o …national, you must submit an invitation letter and photocopy of his/her passport
or ID card.
o …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:
o Original school certificate.
o Photocopy of your school ID.
o Photocopy of your NSO-issued birth certificate.

o Your parents’ or your sponsor’s supporting financial documents (depending on
their occupation refer to the list in section (A) under #8.)
 If your parents are your sponsor, provide photocopy of NSO-issued
marriage certificate.