Embassy of South Korea, Copenhagen

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Embassy of the Republic of Korea to Denmark
Coordinates 55°43′51″N 12°34′27″E / 55.7309°N 12.5741°E / 55.7309; 12.5741Coordinates: 55°43′51″N 12°34′27″E / 55.7309°N 12.5741°E / 55.7309; 12.5741
Location Copenhagen, Denmark
Address Svanemøllevej 104, 2900 Hellerup
Ambassador Kim Byung-ho[1]
Website http://dnk.mofat.go.kr/
Embassy of South Korea, Copenhagen
Hangul 주덴마크대한민국대사관
Hanja 駐덴마크大韓民國大使館
Revised Romanization Ju Denmakeu Daehanminguk daesagwan
McCune–Reischauer Chu Tenmak'ŭ Taehanmin'guk taesagwan

The Embassy of the Republic of Korea to Denmark in Copenhagen is the diplomatic mission of the Republic of Korea to the Kingdom of Denmark. The current Ambassador is Kim Byung-ho.

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After diplomatic relations has been established between Denmark and the Republic of Korea on 11 March 1959, the Embassy of the Republic of Korea to Denmark was established on 5 April 1972.[2] Ambassador Kim Byung-ho became the 17th Republic of Korea Ambassador to Denmark after presenting his credentials in Amalienborg Palace on 8 April 2011.[3]

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