Indonesia passport holders
need to apply for a visa before entering South Korea. The South Korea visa can be
apply at the mission of the South Korea in Jakarta, Indonesia. The mission can also
provide them with the necessary information about South Korea.
Please note that South Korea
blocks all passports containing stamps or visas from North Korea, and
bans all goods from North Korea. If you do intend to visit both
countries, it is recommended to ask immigration from either side to
stamp a blank page, rather than your passport when entering.
Visa Information for
1. One duly filled application form signed by the passport's holder.
2. Visa application should be made at Korean embassies or consulates
3. Visa applicants are required to submit passport, application forms, a
recent passport-size color photograph, and other relevant documents as
determined by their status of stay.
4. Visa fees are as follows: (Visa fees below are basic rates, so first
contact the Korean embassy or consulate before applying for a visa)
A. Single entry visa for a stay of no more than 90 days: US$30
B. Single entry visa for a stay of more than 90 days: US$50
C. Multiple entry visa: US$80
D. Double entry visa: US$60
E. Prolongation of re-entry permit: US$20
For citizens of the United States of America, multiple entry visa fee is
US$45 on the basis of reciprocity since the mutual agreement in 1994.
Individuals who want to get
a visa related to commercial activities or long-term stay may apply for
a certificate for confirmation of visa issuance.
A. Foreigners can obtain a visa by submitting the certificate received
from a Korean national who intends to invite him or her.
B. A Korean national can obtain the certificate by submitting an
application form and required documents.
C. Foreigners can apply by completing a visa application form with a
passport and recent passport-size color photograph, along with a visa