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Danish Embassy for South Korea

Danish Embassy in South Korea

Address: #501 Namsong Building, 272 Sowol-ro, Yongsan-gu, Seoul 140-775
City: Seoul (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +9 hours)
Tel.: +82 2 795 4187
Fax: +82 2 796 0986
Working hours: Monday to Friday, 9.30 – 17.00

Danish Honorary Consulate in Busan
Address: #1117, Centumdongro 99, Haeundae-gu, Busan 612-050
City: Busan (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +9 hours)
Tel.: (051) 244 9697
Fax: (051) 244 4484
Working hours: Monday to Friday, 9.00 – 18.00  

The Embassy’s main task is to further enhance and strengthen the longstanding relations between South Korea and Denmark. The Embassy does that through cooperation at the government and political level, by promoting business, trade and economic relations and through cultural activities. A strategic partnership sets the frame around cooperation of these two countries. The Consular Section of the Embassy of Denmark provides services for Danish citizens visiting or residing in Korea and for Koreans and foreigners looking for information on visiting, living or studying in Denmark.

Consular services provided by the Embassy:

  • Helps with transferring money to return home;
  • Issues Danish passports;
  • Contacts a lawyer in case Danish citizen is arrested;
  • Contacts relatives in Denmark;
  • Contacts the insurance company in case of an accident, illness or death of a Danish citizen;
  • Deals with Danish citizenship matters;
  • Issues marriage certificates;
  • Legalizes documents.

If Danish passport is lost or stolen, it should be immediately reported to the local police. Police notification about the loss/theft of the Danish passport, birth certificate and photo ID will be needed when applying for a new passport at the Embassy.

Korean nationals with a valid passport can visit Denmark for up to 90 days without a visa. If their intended stay exceeds 90 days or if they are planning to undertake employment in Denmark, they must acquire a residence permit or a residence and a work permit before arriving in Denmark. Non-Korean nationals residing in Korea that wish to visit Denmark can find information on Schengen visa requirements on the homepage of the Danish Immigration Service website.

Please note that visa applications for entry into Denmark in Korea are processed by the Embassy of Sweden in Seoul.

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