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Visa application for Korea now only through travel agencies Visa application for Korea now only through travel agencies Posted at May 30 2018 07:54 PM | Updated as of May 31 2018 06:08 PM MANILA (UPDATED) - Filipinos who wish to travel to South Korea may apply for a visa only through travel agencies, the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in the Philippines announced Tuesday. The new policy will be implemented starting July 1, 2018. According to the Korean Embassy, the new policy will be implemented due to the big increase in Korean visa applicants. "Total number of visa applicants increased from 90,000 in the year 2015 to 120,000 by the end of 2016. In the year 2017, total number of visa applicants recorded was around 160,000," the embassy said. The increase in number of visa applicants caused inconvenience to the applicants. "This increase in number of visa applicants caused the applicants to stand in hot weather outside the embassy for hours to wait in line for their turn to apply for respective visas," the embassy said. The embassy has assigned the following travel agencies to process all applications:
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Home Breaking Travel News Travel, tourism and now a North and South Korea liaison office Travel, tourism and now a North and South Korea liaison office Travel and tourism, along with sports seem to be a current attempt to bring South and North Korea on common grounds. Now the North and South Korean heads of an about to be openedliaison office will have a meeting once a week, while working-level talks will be held on a frequent basis. Seoul and Pyongyang will open this joint inter-Korean liaison office with round-the-clock communication channels on Friday, the South Korean Ministry of Unification (MOU) announced on Wednesday. The two Koreas are set to operate the liaison office with resident representatives at the now-shuttered Kaesong Industrial Complex (KIC), ahead of the third meeting between South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un next week in Pyongyang. Seoul will utilize the liaison offices round-the-clock communication channels with Pyongyang for contacts and negotiations to discuss a variety of issues concerning inter-Korean relations, the unification ministry said in a written statement. The head of the liaison office simultaneously serves as the representative for talks and negotiations with North Korea, the MOU said, adding such inter-Korean meeting could take place at any time with the aim to resolve major issues. The inaugural director also will be in charge of conveying messages from both leaders if necessary, even though the two Koreasinstalled a hotlinebetweenMoon and Kim in Aprilbefore the third inter-Korean summit took place. South Korean Vice-Minister of Unification Chun Hae-sung has been tapped to lead the office, while Pyongyang notified that a ทัวร์ ญี่ปุ่น ราคา ถูก vice-chairman of the DPRKs Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of the Country (CPRC) will serve as chief, without sharing further details. Baik Tae-hyun, the unification ministry spokesperson, said both sides agreed to appoint a vice-ministerial-level official as their director, considering that the role will entail delivery of messages from Moon and Kim, whofirst announced the establishment of the liaison office in the Panmunjom Declaration. The issues related to the inter-Korean talks and events, joint research, and exchanges as well as tasks necessary for the development of inter-Korean relations will be discussed at the liaison office.
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