Canadian Consulate in Busan, Korea 1

Busan Address, Phone number, Location, Passport information, Opening hours, Email in ,



Email: Korea


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Busan in , official website: The Consulate of Canada in Pusan, Korea
c/o Dongsung Chemical Co. Ltd., 472 Shin Pyung-dong, Saha-gu, Busan, Korea, 604-721

Canadian government official website:

You can make enquiries about Canadian Embassy, Canadian Consulate, Canadian Visa services,Canadian Passportthrough the Canadian government official website.

Canadian Passport Information Service

Within Canada and the USA: Toll free: 1-800-567-6868
TTY services: 1-866-255-7655

Outside Canada and the USA: 819-997-8338

Hours of operation: Monday to Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Eastern Time


For passports:

Passport Program
Gatineau QC K1A 0G3

For certificates of identity and travel documents

Certificate of Identity Section
Passport Program
Gatineau QC K1A 1L2

By courier
Passport Program
22 de Varennes Street
Gatineau QC J8T 8R1

Passport program policies

Phone: 613-952-1650

Opening hours:

Passport services

Call Service Canada: 819-994-5559


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  • Stepan Sin

    Dear Sir/Madam!

    Greetings to you from Busan city,South Korea!Let me briefly tell you about myself.My name is Stepan Sin,I’m Russian Korean,49yo,living and working in South Korea since 2009 on F4 visa.
    In light of the lattest political events in Ukraine,I have a question to you as to an official institute of Canada:
    Do I have a right/chance to get a political(humanitarian) refuge/asylum in Canada,if I’m russian passport holder and my home city — Bryansk lies on the border with Ukraine and Belarus?My current foreign passport expires on 13th March 2023.
    In order to renew my passport(foreign and civil),I must go back home.At this moment russian authorities practice a general mobilization,they call out the reservists and force them to go fighting with Ukraine!I used to serve in Soviet/Russian army for 2 years(from December 1990 till December 1992),currently I’m military reservist according to russian laws.
    Personally I don’t support the official policy of Russia towards Ukraine!I don’t want to go to the war with Ukraine,which might happen,if I will be forced to go fighting with Ukrainian army according to a current policy of Russian authorities.
    Looking forward to hearing from you soon.

    Best regards,

    D.V.Stepan Sin