South Korean visa
Question: How do we acquire a missionary visa in South Korea?
ePastor >> I’m not sure whether you’re asking about getting a visa from South Korea to go to another country, or if you’re asking to get a visa to go into South Korea? Each country has its own rules and process for applying for a visa. A Christian company that provides related service is on the web at www.servanttravel.com/ They would be able to help you with specific details as well as travel arrangements.
[update Aug ’08] According to the website of the Embassy of the Republic of Korean in the USA,
As of April 1, 1998, there is a $45 visa-processing fee for U.S. Citizens except for type-A visa applicants. Citizens of Japan, Thailand, the Republic of China, the Philippines (for stay in Korea under 59 days), the United Kingdom (for stay in Korea under 6 months), Sweden, Spain, and Italy do not need to pay a visa-processing fee.
Citizens of all other countries must pay a $30 visa-processing fee for a single entry visa.
If you plan to stay in Korea for more than 90 days, you must obtain a proper long-term visa.