Korea, Republic of (South)
If you live in South Korea
Apply in Person,
You should request a Criminal History Information Record (CHIR)/Bumjoi Gyung-ryuck Jaryo Hoibo-seo from the nearest police station.
If you live outside South Korea
Immediate family members (parents, spouses, siblings) are able to request a CHIR on your behalf.
You should request a Criminal History Information Record (CHIR)/Bumjoi Gyung-ryuck Jaryo Hoibo-seo (from a police station in Korea).
Please note that Criminal Record Certificates issued by the Korean National Police Agency (KNPA) outside of Korea are not sufficient for immigration purposes. Also, all police certificates should indicate that all records have been searched, including lapsed records.