This visa is for individuals who wish to engage in researching, technology / business start up and job seeking activities in South Korea. Eligibility You are eligible to apply for a D-10 visa if: You want to engage in researching and job seeking activities in a relevant field such as E-1 Professorship, E-2 Foreign Language
In December 2011, C-3 visa which was originally the tourist visa was combined with C-2 visa. Hence, C-3 visa has a series of subcategories. In my last post I talked about the C-3-4~ C-3-6 visa which fall under the short term business travel. In this post I’m going to talk about C-3-1, C-3-2, C-3-9 which
From December 15th, 2011 the C-2 Temporary Business visa was combined with the C-3 Temporary Visit visa. Now C-3 visa basically has subdivisions for business visa : C-3-4 Business Visitor (General) C-3-5 Business Visitor (Agreement) and C-3-6 Business Visitor (Sponsored). Eligibility This visa is issued to foreigners who wish to enter Korea for a business
As guests to this country, we need to adapt to the new culture not the other way round. The following may help us to understand how Korean people think in regard to their business relationships. THE DANGERS OF MIXING BUSINESS AND PLEASURE AND OF THINKING ONLY BUSINESS Western Culture = Never mix business with pleasure.
Working in a foreign country, with foreign colleagues, and/or a foreign boss inevitably comes with a lot of personal adjustments needed from the company culture to its business practices. But another major challenge lies in the linguistic differences in the workplace. In addition to having to learn new words and phrases, there are often jargon
Though teaching remains the predominant field of work for most expats in Korea, an increasing number of individuals are seizing the opportunities that lay in the Land of the Morning Calm by starting their own business. From bars and restaurants to dance studios and shops, the number of businesses with expats at the helm continues to