OMG!! Only 40 days more till I walk down the aisle. Not in a wedding dress but a hanbok (traditional korean dress). Finally my mobile invitation is done. Friends can just click on a link and see my wedding invitation. Cool huh?? And my video before the reception starts is out too. I was in… Continue reading D-40 till my big day.
This is not difficult at all. Ask your spouse to print out his birth cert, your marriage cert and family relation cert. Then bring those cert together with your passport, 2 pictures and 60,000krw. Fill in the Visa application form, get a number and wait to be called. Hand in all documents above, except money.… Continue reading Applying for a F6 Alien Card
I’ve been living here for 4 years. Since I am always being lazy at home, I was like okay I’m gonna go for a swim. Found a place near me in Daejeon called 국민생활관 (kuk min saeng hwal gwan). Lessons are pretty cheap. 50,000krw for 1 month, 4 times a week, 50 minutes a day.… Continue reading Imagine swimming with 5-8 person in ONE lane?
Now that you’ve got your Korean Marriage cert translated and notarized, go to the Malaysian Embassy with your husband to register the Malaysian side. As for me, my husband could not take the day off so I’ve asked for the application form in advance. He’ll just need to sign it. Leave whatever you are not… Continue reading ~Register Marriage for Malaysian side~
Translate and notarize korean marriage certificate Seoul
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Hello… This is getting there by subway and walk. Please view my previous blog on how to get there by subway and bus. The bus stops right in front of the Embassy 🙂 As for subway and walking, I would recommend Oksu station (옥수역) Line 3. It is less complicated compared to Hangangjin Station (한강진역).… Continue reading Getting to Malaysian Embassy in Seoul, Korea