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Civil
Purpose
(Personal
Document)
Document Required for Embassy's Legalization Time Required for Translation + Notarization + Certification by Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade + Embassy's Legalization
6 Days 4 Days 3 Days 2 Days Legalization Service Request
Documents related
to the Person
including Certificate
of Family Register
(Certificate of Family
Relation, Certificate
of Marital Relation
and Birth Certificate),
Chinese Marriage
Document, Power of
Attorney, Certificate
of Resident
Registration,
Passport(ID Card),
Criminal Record,
Certificate of School
Record and
Certificate of
Graduation
KRW
100,000
KRW
110,000
KRW
120,000
KRW
140,000
Basic
Documents
   Original documents are required for legalization.
   Copy of the Applicant's ID Card (Passport or Driver's License)
  ( If required, submit the original)
   Power of Attorney: Copy of the Truster/Trustee's ID Card
   Foreigner Applicant: Copy of Passport, Certificate of Foreigner
  Registration/Korea Visa

   Power of Attorney must be written in Chinese language and notarized. We can act as a
  proxy in writing the Power of Attorney at a charge of KRW30,000.

   Notarization : You need to submit the Certificate of Registered Seal and put your registered
  seal on the Application for Notarization. It is also required to put your seal and signature on the Application for Chinese Embassy's Legalization.
Instructions
   Confirm the documents to be submitted for the embassy's legalization.
   You must fill in purpose of document, name of document submitted authorities,
  address, contact number and etc. in the application form.
Checkpoint
   All the documents for both civil purpose (personal documents) and
  commercial purpose (corporate documents) can be submitted for embassy's legalization. You need to get certification of the documents used in China.
   For the documents related to real estate sales/purchase, company
  establishment, Chinese visa extension, marriage registration, birth registration, power of attorney and etc., please check the local regulations.
Please
Note
   The above price is for a single document, including all the charges for the
  basic translation (within 1 sheet), the notarization by law firm/notary office (based on 4 sheets per document), the certification by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade and the legalization from the embassy.

   Tax invoice issuance is possible with 10% of VAT.
   You need to put your signature on Power of Attorney, Statement and Consent to get
  certification.
   You need to get certification of the document used in China.
   The charges for translation, notarization and certification should be paid in advance.
   You need to bear the cost for quick delivery service, parcel delivery service and
  registered mail.

A certain period of time is required to get legalization from the embassy after document
  submission. (Saturday, Sunday and Holidays are excluded)


 
Commercial
Purpose
(Corporate
Document)
Document Required for Embassy's Legalization Time Required for Translation + Notarization + Certification by Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade + Embassy's Legalization
6 Days 4 Days 3 Days 2 Days Legalization Service Request
Documents related
to the Company
including Business
License (Copy),
Certificate of
Corporate
Registration
(Original),
Company
Introduction
(Original) Minutes
of Board of
Directors (Original),
Shareholders'
List (Original),
Credit Assessment
(Original)
Certificate of Tax
Payment (Original)
and Local Branch
Establishment
Documents
KRW
120,000
KRW
130,000
KRW
140,000
KRW
160,000
Basic
Documents
   Original documents are required for legalization.
   Copy of Business License
   CEO's ID Card (Passport or Driver's License) If required, submit the original)
   If the CEO is absent, the representative employee's ID Card and Certificate of
  Employment (with the corporate seal affixed) and Certificate of Corporate Seal
   Foreigner CEO: Copy of Passport, Certificate of Foreigner Registration/
  Korea Visa
   Power of Attorney: Copy of the Truster/Trustee's ID Card (in case of a
  company, copy of business license)

   Power of Attorney must be written in Chinese language and notarized. We can act as a
  proxy in writing the Power of Attorney at a charge of KRW30,000.

   Notarization : You need to submit the Certificate of Registered Seal and put your registered
  seal on the Application for Notarization. It is also required to put your seal and signature on the Application for Chinese Embassy's Legalization.
Instructions
   Confirm the documents to be submitted for the embassy's legalization.
   You must fill in purpose of document, name of document submitted authorities,
  address, contact number and etc. in the application form.
Checkpoint
   All the documents for both civil purpose (personal documents) and
  commercial purpose (corporate documents) can be submitted for embassy's legalization. You need to get certification of the documents used in China.
   For the documents related to real estate sales/purchase, company
  establishment, Chinese visa extension, marriage registration, birth registration, power of attorney and etc., please check the local regulations.
Please
Note
   The above price is for a single document, including all the charges for the
  basic translation (within 1 sheet), the notarization by law firm/notary office (based on 4 sheets per document), the certification by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade and the legalization from the embassy.

   Tax invoice issuance is possible with 10% of VAT.
   You need to put your signature on Power of Attorney, Statement and Consent to get
  certification.
   You need to get certification of the document used in China.
   The charges for translation, notarization and certification should be paid in advance.
   You need to bear the cost for quick delivery service, parcel delivery service and
  registered mail.

A certain period of time is required to get legalization from the embassy after document
  submission. (Saturday, Sunday and Holidays are excluded)

Documents, cost and time required for embassy's legalization differ depending on embassies.
  For more information, please contact us by phone or e-mail.

TEL : 02-501-5770 (Rep.), FAX : 02-501-2979
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