Visit Korea: Seoul Travel Guide & Itinerary

Visit Korea: Seoul Travel Guide & Itinerary

Seoul travel made easy.


The Rundown

  • If you are planning to visit Korea, this travel guide will cover all the essential things to make your trip smooth.

  • Get a headstart in making your South Korea itinerary by knowing about the attractions and things to do in Seoul.

  • Information about Korean visa requirements, flights to Seoul, as well as SIM cards in South Korea are provided below.

  • Backpack your way in South Korea on a budget. Read on further for tips.

  • This primer summarizes our Basics section.

  • For your convenience, booking links for travel essentials and experiences are provided below.

For Philippine passport-holders, also read: Applying For a Korean Visa Through an Accredited Travel Agency

Visit Korea


Making that jump from dreaming about traveling to Korea to actually planning for it can be a little nerve-racking. There are a couple of things to consider, such as booking for your flight to Seoul, hotel and accommodation searching, budgeting for an itinerary that would satisfy your goals, and knowing which places to visit. Korea is a destination that's worth all this stress, so if you are ready to get started, let's proceed with the pointers:

Manila to Seoul Flights

Incheon International Airport. Image credit: 주간동아 로고

To fly to Korea from the Philippines, you may opt to book your tickets with JejuAir (budget Korean airline), Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines, or AirAsia, which offer direct flights from Manila and Cebu

These airlines are popular among Filipino tourists who visit Korea since they offer relatively low-cost flights to Incheon, which is the gateway to the K-country.

The flight schedule above is from Jetradar, which is a flight search engine like KAYAK and Skyscanner. By selecting any of the options above, you should be taken straight to the ticket vendor’s portal or airline company’s website to do the purchase.

Here are average estimate costs for RT flights to Seoul (Incheon), which we took from the airlines' websites: (Prices subject to change)

  • JejuAir

    • Manila → Seoul → Manila: ₱13,380 or $250, if not less

    • Cebu → Seoul → Cebu: ₱13,900 or $260, if not less

    • Special fare category with 15kg (1 pc) baggage allowance

    • No meals included

    • Limited cancellation policy

  • Cebu Pacific

    • Manila → Seoul → Manila: ₱14,780 or $276, give or take

    • Cebu → Seoul → Cebu: ₱18,050 or $337, give or take

    • Fly + Baggage category with 20kg (1 pc) baggage allowance

    • No meals included

    • Limited cancellation policy

  • Philippine Airlines

    • Manila → Seoul → Manila: ₱19,600 or $366, give or take

    • Cebu → Seoul → Cebu: ₱24,360 or $455, give or take

    • Economy Supersaver category with 20kg (1 pc) baggage allowance

    • Meals included

    • Non-refundable

  • AirAsia

    • Manila → Seoul → Manila: ₱11,300 or $211, give or take

    • Cebu → Seoul → Cebu: ₱14,670 or $275, give or take

    • Low Fare (Promo) + Value Pack category with 20kg (1 pc) baggage allowance

    • Meals included

    • Non-refundable

Of course, these airlines also offer discounted flights to Seoul via their respective seat sales. If you want to spend less like we do, watch out for fare promos, which are announced every so often in the airlines' Facebook pages. Here are the links: JejuAir, Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines, and AirAsia.

Seoul Hotels & Hostels


Before booking your accommodation for your Korea trip, it's wise to know first which area in Seoul you'd like to spend most of your time in. If you're set on staying in Myeongdong, Itaewon, Gangnam, or Mapo-gu, here are some of our recommendations:


If you want to be in the center of shopping and trends, book a room in Myeongdong. Some nearby Myeongdong attractions include the N Seoul Tower, Namsangol Hanok Village, Namdaemun Market, Namsan Park, and Deoksugung.

1. Lotte City Hotel Myeongdong (8.6/10)

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This is a high-end accommodation operated by Lotte group. Those who have stayed here loved the following:

  • Accessibility to subway station: Just three (3) minutes away from Euljiro3-ga Subway Station!

  • Well-appointed rooms

  • Great city view at night

  • Very near Myeongdong Cathedral and Myeongdong Theatre

  • Average rate per night is ₱7,000 or $130

2. Ekonomy Hotel Myeongdong Central (8.4/10)

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Ekonomy Hotel Myeongdong Central is a hostel that's only a 5-minute walk from Euljiro 1-ga Subway Station. The property's most suitable for travelers who want a decent and stylish accommodation without spending too much.

  • Accessible location

  • Modern rooms with stylish interior. Equipped with a flat-screen TV set and a private bathroom.

  • In their listing at, it is noted that "solo travelers particularly like [this] location — they rated it 9.2 for a one-person stay!"

  • Average rate per night is ₱3,000 or $56

3. Happy Garden Guesthouse (8.7/10)

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If you're looking for a budget hostel in Seoul, consider the Happy Garden Guesthouse in Myeongdong, which is a shared dormitory suitable for solo travelers. Here are the property's highlights:

  • Only 400 m away from Myeongdong Subway Station Line 4

  • Free Wifi access

  • Rooms come with A/C and heaters

  • Laundry service and luggage storage available

  • Average rate per night is only ₱960 or $18


Itaewon is increasingly popular among foreigners who are looking to get into Seoul's global and local culinary scene and wild nightlife. Key attractions in Itaewon are National Museum of Korea, Leeum Samsung Museum of Art, Itaewon Bugundang History Park, and the War Memorial of Korea.

4. Imperial Palace Boutique Hotel (8.2/10)

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Imperial Palace Boutique Hotel is a stylish accommodation in Itaewon. Designed for business and leisure travelers alike, guests will enjoy their clean and premium rooms, glass bathrooms, mobile phone rental, and business center.

  • 3-minute walk from Itaewon station

  • Free Wifi!

  • Average rate per night is ₱7,000 or $130

5. P.S Guesthouse Itaewon (8.3/10)

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P.S Guesthouse is a mid-range hostel in Itaewon that's popular for its staff's hospitality and tourist-friendly service. Room types offered include a dormitory (shared for females) and private rooms with their own bathrooms.

  • Free Wifi!

  • Stunning mountain view at night

  • Average rate per night is ₱1,700 or $32

6. SP@ Itaewon Guesthouse (7.6/10)

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This hostel in Seoul offers air-conditioned dormitories with shared facilities. If you're looking for a convenient and cheap accommodation in Itaewon, check out SP@ Itaewon Guesthouse, which is very near pubs and restaurants.

  • 24/7 Front Desk

  • Mixed dormitory room

  • Average rate per night is ₱800 or $15

MAPO-GU (Hongdae/Hongik Univ.)

Mapo-gu is known for its youthful and romantic vibe, specifically the area in Hongdae where urban arts and indie music thrives. The Mapo district's most famous point is the Hongik University Street, which is perfect for shopping, dates, entertainment, and chill nightlife.

7. Here House Hongdae (9.3/10)

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Chic and Instagram-able rooms await you at Here House Hongdae Apartments. Aside from being posh and fully-equipped, the property is very near shopping outlets and cafés too.

  • Hospitable staff

  • Wifi and bicycle rental

  • Almost perfect hostel in Seoul!

  • Average rate per night is ₱8,000 or $150

8. Hongdae Style Guesthouse (9.4/10)

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Hongdae Style Guesthouse is a cozy and fuss-free hostel in Seoul. The homey and intricate design of the place makes it stand out as a mid-range accommodation in Hongdae.

  • Rooms with private shower

  • Communal kitchen and dining area

  • Western breakfast

  • 260m away from Hongik Univ. station

  • Average rate per night is ₱1,800 or $35

9. Hongdae Nanu Guesthouse KPOP (7.4/10)

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Aside from being a K-POP inspired guesthouse, this hostel in Seoul boasts new facilities and warm atmosphere. Hongdae Nanu Guesthouse KPOP also offers a large dormitory, which solo travelers or groups of friends and family can easily book.

  • Rooms with A/C, wooden flooring, and heating

  • 500m away from Hongik Univ. station

  • Average rate per night is ₱750 or $14


Gangnam is where the trendsetters are. It's very common to see skyscrapers, luxury boutiques, and arts center in the area. If ever you're in the area, make sure to visit the Olympic Park, SMTown coexartium, and Lotte World Tower.

10. Glad Live Gangnam (8.4/10)

Glad Live Hotel in Gangnam is found in a very strategic and convenient location, just 200m away from the Eonju Subway Station. The main Gangnam strip, where culture and food leave tourists in awe, is just one subway station away. Guests who have stayed in Glad Live Hotel Gangnam noted the property's cleanliness and warm hospitality.

  • Restaurant & bar

  • Spa & wellness centre

  • Shuttle services

  • Average rate for the standard twin is ₱5,010 or $95

11. 24 Guesthouse Gangnam Center (8.1/10)

This unassuming yet cozy-looking hostel in Gangnam, South Korea provides decent accommodations for travelers looking to explore the Jeongreung Shrine, Hangang Park (Han river), LG Art Centre, Coex exhibition, and the Gangnam Finance Centre. Rates are cheap, and various room types are available, i.e. private rooms and dormitories.

  • Breakfast included!

  • Private rooms have flat-screen TV's and Wifi

  • English-speaking staff

  • Average rate for the private twin room is ₱2,800 or $52.5

12. YaKorea Hostel Gangnam (8/10)

One of the cheapest places to stay in Gangnam! YaKorea Hostel has dorm rooms (shared and women-only) that only has 4 or 6 beds. Most guest leave a "great location!" or "great value for money!" for their hotel review.

  • Free toiletries

  • Free Wifi

  • A/C

  • Average rate for the dorm room is only ₱785 or $14.8 per night

Airbnb in Seoul, Korea?

If you're an Airbnb user, you may also opt to check out the following super cheap yet fully-equipped capsule hotels for your visit to Korea:

Here is our review of Namsan Guesthouse, which is a hostel found in Myeongdong.  (P.S. If you don't have an Airbnb account yet, you may sign up using my referral code below to get a generous discount on your first booking with any hostel in Korea!)

Korea Travel Essentials


Once you have finalized your flight to Seoul and room bookings, consider getting the following travel essentials to make your trip smooth. These items are popular among travelers since they make trips hassle-free and convenient.


1. T-Money Korea

T-Money is a rechargeable e-money card (or keychain, among other forms) that's used by Koreans and foreign tourists to pay for their transportation fares and small purchases. It comes in various designs, such as Amazing Pay, BTS, or Line Friends.

T-Money users enjoy discounted subway fares (less ₱4.5 or $0.09 per ride) and get to save some time from having to buy-single journey tickets. Buying and topping up is straightforward and may be done in subway stations (self-service kiosks) and convenience stores (over-the-counter).

To get your T-Money in Korea, proceed to the transportation center of the airport (railroad) and find the machine with the T-Money logo. A card alone usually costs ₩4,000 (₱142-165 or $2.7-3.2), and you'd have to top it up first before using it.

Alternatively, you may also go to a convenience store (CVS) in the airport to buy and load your T-Money.

To find out more about how much to top up, read our full guide: T-Money Your Way in Korea

2. Train ticket from Incheon International Airport to Seoul Station

Seoul Station. Image credit:  Kanchi1979 ,  CC-BY-SA-3.0  or  CC BY 2.5

Seoul Station. Image credit: Kanchi1979, CC-BY-SA-3.0 or CC BY 2.5

If you wish to book your KTX train ticket to go to Seoul station from Incheon International Airport (43-minute ride!), you may do so online. This is recommended if you want to get a discounted fare and/or if you wish convert your money to Seoul station, which offers higher exchange rates than Incheon's foreign currency booths.

Klook sells a one-way AREX Incheon Airport Express Train One Way Ticket at around ₱385 or $7.2.


3. 4G LTE KT Olleh Data Sim Card Korea

Stay connected by availing an unlimited data SIM in Korea. KT Olleh offers data-only prepaid SIM cards for 1, 5, 10, and 30 days. Internet connection is fast and reliable, and redemption and installation of the SIM card is a breeze. You can read our product guide here: Stay Connected with a 4G LTE KT Olleh SIM Card

The 5-day KT Olleh unlimited data SIM plan starts at ₱1,300 or $24.3, if not less. You can click on the button below to see if there are discounts available that's offered by Klook.

4. 4G KT Olleh Wifi Korea


Alternatively, if you're traveling with friends or family, consider renting the 4G KT Olleh Wifi Egg in Korea to have up to three devices connected. (Note that a credit card  is required to pay for the deposit over-the-counter. For the full product guide, read: Everyone's Connected with the KT Olleh 4G Portable WiFi Egg)

Daily Korea wifi rental rate is ₱424 or $8, if not discounted.


5. Discover Seoul Pass

Gyeongbokgung Palace.

Gyeongbokgung Palace.

If you're thinking about visiting as many palaces, museums, and attractions in Seoul, get the Discover Seoul Pass. This not only gives you automatic admission to at least 35 attractions, it will also give you discounts to other establishments in and around Seoul.  Furthermore, if you purchase the Discover Seoul Pass, you won't need to buy a T-Money card since it already functions as one.

Discover Seoul Pass comes in 1, 2, and 3-day variants. To see the list of attractions in Seoul that you can visit with this pass, read our guide here

Price starts at ₱1,900 or $35.6, if not discounted.


6. Subway Korea App

Seoul Metro. Image credit:  Korea Tourism Organization

Seoul Metro. Image credit: Korea Tourism Organization

To easily find your way in Seoul, download the Subway Korea App, which features a map of the Seoul subway network, train schedule, and estimate fees.

Download the Subway Korea app here: Google Play & Apple Store

Korea Travel Tips

Namdaemun Market.

Namdaemun Market.

Following are some tips for your Korea visit:

Converting your Money to Korean Won

Foreign exchange booth near Hongik Univ. station.

We'd highly recommend to get your Korean won when you're already in Korea. Don't bother exchanging your Peso or Dollar from foreign currency booths in your home country. You can easily withdraw Korean won notes from a Global ATM in Incheon International Airport (or Gimpo). 

Alternatively, you can also drop by any money changer in the airport to convert your money, though the ones in Seoul Station or standalone booths in Myeongdong, Itaewon, and Hongdae offer much better exchange rates.

For more information, read: Converting Your Money to Korean Won

South Korea Budget Guide

South Korea can be an inexpensive destination for a vacation or holiday, despite being an economic powerhouse. With good research and discipline, you can easily spend less and still enjoy a budget trip in Seoul.

Here are the estimate costs assuming you plan to travel Korea on a budget:

  • Sale or Promo Airfare (Return Tickets + Check-in luggage): ₱8,000-14,000 (around $150-263)

  • Capsule hotels or dormitories (also AirBNB's near universities): ₱550-900 (around $10.3-16.9)

  • Food: Prepare ₩5,000-7,000 for one full meal (around ₱240-336 or $4.5-6.3)

  • Snacks from Street Carts or Convenience Stores: ₩1,000-4,000 (around ₱48-192 or $0.9-4)

  • Transportation: varies depending on your itinerary, but one-way standard subway fare is ₩1,350 (around ₱65 or $1.2)

  • Attractions: varies depending on your itinerary

  • Shopping: items such as key chains, socks, scarves, etc. to take home to your friends/family may cost you anywhere around ₩1,000-3,500 (around ₱50-170 or $0.9-3.1)

Referring to these estimates and depending on how good you are in researching and budgeting (not to mention, 'compromising' here and there), you can actually spend the following:

  • All-in 3-day Korea budget itinerary: ₱12,000-14,000 or $225-263

  • All-in 7-day Korea budget itinerary: ₱19,000-23,000 or $357-432

For more tips, read: Count the Cost: Budget Tips for Your South Korea Trip

Adapter in Korea


Power outlets in South Korea have 2 round holes (Type C or F). The standard voltage is 220 volts at 60 hertz. If you're set on buying an adapter in Korea, prepare around ₩10,000 (around ₱500 or $9.27).

Your hotel or hostel in Seoul may also be able to loan you one of their adapters, if you don't want to purchase one. Make sure to ask them if they have this service. For more details, read: Adapter and Charging

Korea Itinerary: Experiences & Attractions in Seoul

While you have the option of buying the Discover Seoul Pass to get to as many attractions as possible, you may also book individual tours to enrich your Korea itinerary. Here are the most booked tours and passes for attractions in and around Seoul:

1. N Seoul Tower Tickets (10k+ booked)

  • Experience elevations of up to 479.7m above sea level

  • Visit the N Seoul Tower Observatory and take an audio tour

  • Access the tower by foot, bus, or cable car ride!

  • See the famous bridge and trees covered with thousands of lover's padlocks

Price starts at ₱480 or $9, if not less.

2. Hanbok Rental Voucher at Gyeongbokgung Store in Hanboknam (5.9k+ booked)

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  • Dress in traditional Korean clothing and get your hair done in a classic braid or bun!

  • Choose from over 500 exquisitely made hanboks

  • Have fun as you take photos in your fancy attire

  • Visit nearby Gyeongbokgung Palace, the most well-preserved of the five remaining royal Joseon palaces

4-hour rental rate for traditional hanbok starts at ₱950 or $17.8, if not less.

3. Running Man Thematic Experience Center Ticket (10k+ booked)

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  • Turn yourself into the real Running Man in this activity center, which is inspired by the world-famous TV show!

  • Tackle 6 zones, including the Running Ball, City Pursuit Battle and Maze Battle.

  • Collect as many 'R-coins' as possible within 60 minutes. Get 80 points to get a certificate and gift

  • Come together with your family or friends for an awesome time!

Ticket starts at ₱760 or $15, if not discounted.

4. Visit a Korean Spa or Jjimjilbang: Admission Ticket To Dragon Hill Spa

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  • Dragon Hill Spa was once listed in CNN’s '50 Reasons Why Seoul is the World’s Greatest City'

  • Explore this massive jjimjilbang that offers a wide variety of saunas, baths, swimming pools and relaxation areas

  • Numerous amusement facilities and snack bars are available for the whole family to enjoy

  • Located in central Seoul, numerous transport options make your visit cost-efficient and convenient

Weekday rate starts at  ₱550 or $10.3, if not less. For a guide in visiting a Korean spa, also read: How Not to Be Awkward Inside a Jjimjilbang or a Korean Spa

5. MBC World Admission Ticket (6k+ booked)

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  • Owned by Korean broadcaster giant, MBC World is South Korea's first hallyu theme park

  • Enjoy 1 1/2 hours of unique experience with high-tech visual tools!

  • 'Spend the day' with your favorite Big Bang, 2NE1 or Running Man members

  • Attraction guide offered in English, Korean, and Chinese

Tickets start at ₱855 or $16, if not less.

6. Seoul's Palaces, Temples, and Markets (2.9k+ booked)

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Image credit: Klook

  • Drive past and learn more about the Presidential House or Blue House

  • Watch the changing of the guards and tour the spectacular Gyeongbokgung Palace and Changdeok Palace

  • Visit the National Folk Museum to build your knowledge of Korean history from the dynasties up to the present day

  • Visit tranquil Jogyesa Buddhist Temple, an important building for Zen Buddhism in Korea

  • Hunt for bargains at Namdaemun and find holiday gifts at Insadong

  • Tap into your English-speaking guide's in-depth knowledge of Korean history

  • Enjoy the convenience of hotel pick-up and drop-off

While you can easily plan your visit to various Korean palaces (DIY), we'd recommend booking this activity if you'd like a guided tour with transportation. Tickets start at ₱3,650 or $69, if not less. 

7. Hangang River Cruise and N Seoul Tower Night Tour (1.3k+ booked)

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  • Take in the breathtaking evening sights as your cruise flows through the center of the Korean Peninsula

  • Listen to a live guitar performance while you marvel at the gorgeous sunset painting the city orange

  • Stop by N Seoul Tower, one of the city's key landmarks and enjoy uninterrupted panoramix views

  • No need to worry about the hassle of public transport after the tour. Convenient drop off service is included.

Night tour ticket starts at  ₱2,610 or $50.

8. Fireman Show (4.9k+ booked)

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  • The show uses a mixture of acrobatic performance styles to demonstrate the demands of being a fireman

  • Witness impressive lifts and flips

  • This non-verbal show is suitable for all

  • Feel the positive energy conveyed by the dramatic performers that portray very dynamic characters

  • Guaranteed to make you laugh.

Ticket starts at  ₱1,890 or $36, if not discounted.

9. Lotte World (10k+ booked)

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  • Visit one of Korea's top theme parks (that's a popular K-Drama filming location!)

  • Have fun in the exhilarating indoor attractions at the ‘Adventure' area, plus numerous parades and shows

  • Skip the queues and enjoy a hassle-free visit by purchasing a Magic Pass!

Day pass starts selling at  ₱2,610 or $48.9, if not discounted.

10. Korean Street Food and BBQ Tour in Insadong (1.1k+ booked)

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  • Enjoy different types of street food including Korean style egg muffin, spicy rice cake and fried pork dumplings

  • Learn about the history and food culture of Korea from an experienced guide

  • Finish with a full-course Korean BBQ lunch to complete the experience

Street food tour starts at ₱2,140 or $40, if not discounted.

Other Attractions in Korea You Shouldn't Miss

Visit these popular attractions located around Seoul:

11. Nami Island Round-trip Transfer from Seoul (10k+ booked)

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  • Hop into a comfy shuttle bus that will take you to the stunning Nami Island

  • Nami Island is famous for its iconic tree-lined avenues and an undisturbed natural atmosphere

  • The island is also known as the location setting for the Korean 2003 drama series Winter Sonata

  • Your itinerary is totally flexible: simply board the Nami Island shuttle bus in central Seoul at 9:30am and hop back on at 4:00pm to depart from Nami Island. The rest of the itinerary is up to you!

  • Transfers available all year round: visit Nami Island in spring, summer, fall or winter

Ticket starts at  ₱1,300 or $24.32, give or take.

12. Everland (10k+ booked)

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  • Enjoy numerous rides and attractions at one of the world's largest and best theme parks.

  • Feel the rush of adrenaline on South Korea's first wooden roller coaster!

  • Roam the 5 zones of internationally themed attractions, restaurants and shops

Regular ticket (non-Early Bird) starts at ₱2,590 or $49.


  • If you don't have a Klook account yet, you may sign-up using my referral code to get instant credits for your first booking. Click here to create an account.

  • Going to other cities like Busan, Daegu, or Daejeon? Good idea. You may buy the money-saving Korail Pass for unlimited inter-city rides. Learn more about it here: Korail Pass: Enjoy Nonstop Trips in South Korea

Korean Visa Requirements

Philippine passport-holders are required to apply for a visa to visit Korea. Here are the South Korea visa requirements for employees:

  • Accomplished Korean Visa Application Form

  • One (1) Passport-size Colored Photo (to be attached to application form)

  • Original Passport (should be valid for more than 6 months)

  • Photocopy of Passport Bio Page (the one with your photo and information)

  • Original & Photocopy of Valid Visa/s and Arrival Stamps to any OECD-member country for the past 5 years, only if applicable

  • Original Certificate of Employment

  • Original Personal Bank Certificate

  • Bank Statements for the last 3 months

  • ITR (Income Tax Return) or Form 2316 with receipt from authorized bank (Company Alpha list is no longer required.)

  • Copy of PRC Card or IBP Card, only if applicable

Korean visa application requirements for other categories are as follows:

Note that for families intending to apply, prepare to submit all applicable marriage and birth certificates to prove your familial ties. 

Once the requirements for Korean visa are secured, applicants must then contact a travel agency that's duly designated or accredited by the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in the Philippines. The travel agency of your choice will be the one to submit and process your Korean visa application. They usually charge ₱800 or $15 for their service.

Following are the list of travel agencies that you may contact: (To know their addresses and contact details, you may refer to our directory here: Applying For Korean Visa Through an Accredited Travel Agency).


If you are unable to submit any of the required documents, you may write a letter of explanation. Click here for our cover letter template.

You may also download the Korean visa application form here and print on A4-size paper. Fill out the form manually or by hand. For a step-by-step guide in accomplishing the application form, read our guide: How to Fill Out: South Korea Visa Application Form

If you were personally invited by a Korean national, submit an invitation letter and photocopy of their passport or Identification card along with the other requirements. If invited by a company in Korea, submit an invitation letter and photocopy of their corporate business registration certificate.

All the best!

We hope you enjoy your upcoming Korea visit! Don't forget to share with us your own South Korea itinerary, tips, photos, and stories. We'd love to feature your contributions to help other travelers!

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