List of diplomatic missions of South Korea

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A map of South Korean diplomatic missions throughout the world. Blue marks countries with missions.

The following is a list of diplomatic missions of South Korea.

History[edit]

In the 1980s the Roh Tae-woo administration gradually initiated diplomatic links with Warsaw Pact countries, in a policy known as Nordpolitik. This led to the opening of representative offices and later embassies in socialist regimes in Europe and Asia. The Asian economic crisis of the late 1990s and an export-orientated trade policy led to South Korea to rationalize its diplomatic network. However, after bouncing back from the crisis, South Korea continues to open and re-open diplomatic missions in many countries. With neither North Korea or South Korea recognizing the sovereignty of the other state, nor the legitimacy of each other's governments, there are no South Korean diplomatic missions in North Korea.

Europe[edit]

Embassy of South Korea in Budapest, Hungary.
Embassy of South Korea in Helsinki, Finland.
Embassy of South Korea in Moscow, Russia.
Embassy of South Korea in Prague, Czech Republic.
Embassy of South Korea in Stockholm, Sweden.
Embassy of South Korea in Warsaw, Poland.
The consulate-general of South Korea in Saint Petersburg, Russia.
The consulate-general of South Korea in Toronto, Canada.
Embassy of South Korea in Washington, D.C.
The consulate-general of South Korea in Los Angeles, California.

North America[edit]

South America[edit]

Embassy of South Korea in Bogotá, Colombia.

Asia[edit]

Embassy of South Korea in Tokyo

Africa[edit]

Oceania[edit]

Multilateral organisations[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]


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