I am writing this post as supplement to my original post on Applying for South Korea Tourist Visa.
I helped another friend get hers but the most important thing here really is submitting the complete requirements. When you have the complete requirements on hand, you don’t really have a lot to worry about. My write-up will be more about what you have to prepare before flying out.
Another reason I am writing this supplement is because my sister also applied for her visa for the first time.
She graduated from university last May, literally marched her graduation in June. She got her first job in June as well.
Since she is already employed by the time she made her application (October 2017), her profile and requirements must be that of an employee.
You can check the complete list of requirements on the Korean Embassy in the Philippines website (site is dead at the moment, will edit once they go live again).
Also, this is a long-ass post without pictures. This had been sitting in my drafts for who knows how long, I had to publish it to get this blog moving again. Also yey for my first post for 2018!
Hi guys! As I’ve mentioned, I’m currently on my Master’s thesis. And while I’m doing this, I pretty much can’t post here. Though, I did update on opening a store for your K-pop and anything Korean needs:
Anyway, this post is really about me asking for help to complete my survey.
- you’re currently working as an Overseas Filipino
- you have worked as an Overseas Filipino before
- 15-34 years old as of answering the survey
- Filipino by nationality
Please help by going to this link –> Drivers of Self-Expatriation among Filipino Millennials
You can also help by sharing the link.
Thank you very much!
We’ve opened an online store for your Korean goodies needs! Check us out on the following links/handles:
Instagram – @kgoodsbatangas
Do drop by and say Hi!
We currently have our PABILI Service running, and there’s still time for reservation! Details and registration form below!
Form – PABILI Service
This is not part of my Seoul Travel Tips series, but I wanted to write it anyway. 🙂
When I went to Seoul solo last year, I made sure I have at least one new tourist place I visit that’s convenient and memorable.
Edinburgh is a beautiful city, in a gothic kind of way.
When I was younger, I loved the dark beauty of goth culture, but used it without justice.
Anyway, this post will not be about that but will be about a tour you can do in the city proper of Edinburgh.
We reached Scotland from England via Virgin Trains. Here is a graphical comparison of why it is much advisable to use fast trains to the heart of Scotland rather than fly to the northern UK territory.
On our last week in the UK, my Aunt decided that we visit Scotland for an overnight stay in the city of Edinburgh.
Here’s another entry for my South Korea tips for the beginner mid-budget traveler! Hopefully, this can help you in that first ever adventure to Seoul!