Consulate of South Korea in Atlanta
Consulate of South Korea in Atlanta. Usually an Embassy of a foreign country is to small to be able to reach and offer consular services to all people in all US states like Atlanta. Hence, the need for local consulates which are smaller, regionally located embassy branches. The consulate of South Korea in Atlanta is a satellite or branch office of the Embassy of South Korea located in Washington DC.
Foreign Consulates in Atlanta, United States
Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Atlanta, United States - International Tower, 2100 - 229 Peachtree St., Northeast - Atlanta, GA 30303 - United States
Opening Hours: By appointment
South Korea in Atlanta
Consulate or Consulate-General
A Consulate or Consulate-General in Atlanta is a diplomatic representative consular office or mission.
The head of the Consular mission or Consulate-General is named a Consul or a Consul General.
A Honorary Consulate in Atlanta is generally a independent person living in Atlanta who represents to execute certain consular duties.
A Honorory Consulate mission is headed by a Honorory Consul who often works as the diplomatic representative in Atlanta on a part-time basis.
For all specific information on what the Consulate of South Korea in Atlanta can do for you, for example passport or visa matters, please inquire the consulate by contacting them directly by email or telephone call.