Applying for a French visa in South Korea
To prevent the risk of contamination and respect the social distancing please also note the guidance for visa section users :
Mandatory wearing of face mask
Access allowed 5 minutes before the appointment time
Entrance reserved for visa applicants only (Except minor)
The email is recommended for asking visa question, or by default, directly at the visa section from Monday to Friday between 11:30 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. (without appointment)
Visa applications submitted in South Korea are processed by the visa section of Embassy of France in Korea.
Do I need a visa ?
First, use “Visa wizard” to check, based on your situation, whether you need a visa and if so, what type. The wizard will also tell you what documents must be enclosed with your application, along with the relevant fee.
Complete your application online
Once you have confirmed that you need a visa, you can complete your application on our online portal. You will be asked to create a France-Visas account, which you will need for each step of the process.
Submit your application to the visa centre
Once you have completed your online application, all you have to do is submit it to your local visa centre. France-Visas will provide you with all necessary information on how and where to submit your application.
Out of respect for other visa applicants, if you cannot keep your appointment, you must cancel it online by yourself, at the latest the day before your appointment. If you fail to do so, the appointment cannot be redistributed to another applicant on time.
1 passport = 1 appointment.
Warning : The visa section will delete double appointments without notice.
Track your visa application
Once your application has been submitted, track its progress and see how and when you can collect your passport and how to prepare for your trip to France.
Waiting times for appointments and for processing applications will vary depending on your nationality and the time of year.
Users are therefore asked to submit their visa applications well in advance of their departure date.