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Your friends are probably referring to the so-called "six month" rule where some countries require a passport to be valid for six months before accepting it. The six month rule does not apply to your proposed itinerary. Both Korea and the Philippines accept Philippine passports up to the day of expiry.


Citizens of Myanmar require a visa to enter Korea and are not eligible for any of Korea's other exemptions such as the transit tourist program. You can remain airside without a visa, but your proposed itinerary would require crossing immigration to enter Korea and collect your baggage and transfer it to your next flight yourself. You will need to obtain a ...


Yes, you can - although their might be a catch... As per the websites of the Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Toronto and the Korea Tourism Organization, foreigners can stay "for up to 30 days in Korea" if they meet one of the following conditions : You transit through Korea on your way to the United States (excluding Guam and Saipan), ...

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