If we apply for a.tourist visa at the embassy of South Korea in Tokyo, and we get rejected, will they put the rejected seal on the passport (Indian pasport holder)?

  • There's no "seal" on the passport, but rejected visa applications will be logged in the immigration computers. – jpatokal May 26 '18 at 11:07

Like many countries, the Republic of Korea would not put a visa refusal/rejected stamp in your passport. It would, however, record it as data in its electronic immigration system.

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