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Asked by Andrew Chub from United Kingdom | Feb. 13, 2017 23:49
About:China Embassy in South Korea

Leaving Korea to visit China on the way home

I'm leaving Korea on March 2nd and not returning. I want to get a tourist visa to China but an agent has said I cannot get one because I do not have 6 months on the arc. But I am not returning to Korea so why is this necessary? On the forms I didn' see anything about arc details. I have more than 6 months on my passport and I have proof of onward travel. What more do I need to show?

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Answered by Lee from China | Feb. 14, 2017 02:07
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Andrew, usually, aside from the passport and air ticket, you also need to provide your ARC card in Korea, the application form, and a passport-style photo, as well as hotel reservation. You can still try to make the application in Korea.
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