South Korean Embassy Contact Number: 0207 227 5500

Contact the London embassy for the Republic of Korea (commonly known as South Korea) on their UK phone number 0207 227 5500 to submit a visa application form, to report a lost passport and for other consulate services including asylum.

The UK embassy for the Republic of Korea is located in the central Westminster district of London and provides consular support to citizens of South Korea as well as UK residents who wish to travel there. Therefore you should call their general enquiries phone number 0207 227 5500 to submit a visa application if you are planning on visiting the South Asian country for a period of more than 90 days and to request the appropriate forms to submit a postal application. Moreover you can call this helpline for details on what official documentation you require to get a visa, application fees and how long it takes to apply for a new visa. Citizens of South Korea who are currently in the UK should call this helpline to request emergency assistance if you have lost important travel documents such as your British visa or your passport. Please note that you may have to attend an interview at the embassy or your nearest consular centre to prove your identity.

The South Korean embassy is open between 10am-4pm (GMT) Monday-Friday however closures may be in effect during public holidays for either country. Calls are charged at standard UK rates which means you will pay your provider a per-minute rate alongside a standard access charge, alternatively if you have free inclusive minutes on your landline or mobile tariff you will be able to call the embassy for free.


Write to the South Korean embassy

You can write to the South Korean embassy by sending your letters to their London postal address below, please note they may take up to a week to reply to your correspondence so please call them if you have urgent enquiries such as reporting a missing passport.

Korean Consular Section,
5th Floor, 83 Victoria Street,
United Kingdom.