There I said it. And I am SO excited!
Suddenly it gave me something to look forward to and the thought of another travel makes me endure all the hard work (including the stress that BIR is giving/has given me because of the need to print new receipts – anyway that deserves another post). We’ve already announced it to our employees which was like closing the deal and it felt so good to be given the opportunity to let our employees experience the joy of traveling. But at the same time I was like, am I out of my mind? This means that I have to manage the booking and visa application as a parent (we’ll bring our 3 kids) and as an employer. How will I ensure that all of us will be granted a Korean Visa? Well, challenge accepted.
But before I go to the details of visa application, one of the things that I check out first about the country is the weather. We are planning to go there this October and I learned that it is Fall around that time. So, what to wear? Official Site of Korea gave me this.
And I like it!
I’ll book the flight hopefully this week. And most probably make reservation at booking.com.
I’ve done a bit of researching about the visa application but I cannot find the requirements for business employers who will sponsor their employees. So I really have to spend time for this, not to mention securing all the needed documents (like NSO and bank certificates) which I hate.
That’s it for now. I promise to share my visa application experience once I get done with it. Wish us luck.
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