Embassies and consulates in South Korea.
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Tries to increase bilateral investment and trade, to expand the political and economic dialogue, and to broaden the scope of the cultural and academic relationship.
Features an organization chart of the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Seoul.
The European Commission's Delegation to the Republic of Korea, with information on relations with both the Koreas.
Indian Embassy in Seoul, featuring information on Indian history, technological achievement, and visa services provided.
With a summary of official diplomatic relations between Israel and South Korea, and a list of outstanding bilateral treaties and agreements. In English and Korean.
Guide to current Malaysia political events, visas, public affairs, information resources, country data, and travel information.
With information on the Royal Netherlands Embassy at Seoul, consular affairs section, and guide to Holland.
New Zealand embassy in Seoul, the Defence Attaché of which is also accredited to Tokyo. Includes detailed emergency advice, particularly relating to precautions in case of tensions or conflict between North and South Korea.
With official greetings, location of the Royal Norwegian Embassy in the Republic of Korea, hours, visa information, FAQ, and trade assistance.
Singapore Embassy in Seoul, accredited to South Korea and Mongolia. Aims to promote bilateral political, economic and cultural links between Singapore and the countries of accreditation.
Information on political, economic and social relations between South Africa and South Korea. Information on consular services, tourism, office hours and location. In English and Korean.
With Swedish visa and business information, and contact details for the embassy in Seoul, and the consulates in Pusan, Taegu, and Taejon.
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