- A letter of attorney (it must be notarized from a notary's agency in the country where the applicant resides and be attested by the Korean embassy).
※ An applicant should specify that he/she intends the agent in Korea to receive his/her lump-sum refund on behalf of him/her. In this case the applicant must provide a signed or stamped letter of attorney containing the agent's full name, address, etc.
※ An agent living in Korea who has received the letter of attorney should get their Korean-translated texts notarized again so the letter's contents can be generally identified.
- A copy of the applicant's passport
- An application for Lump-sum Refund
※ An applicant must fill out the "Application by Agent" section in the "Application for Lump-sum Refund" form and then notarize it in a notary's agency of the country where the applicant resides and attest it in the Korean consulate or embassy. If the applicant's letter of attorney is tested by a public notary in the country where he/she resides or a Korean consulate or embassy, the "Application by Agent" is not necessary.
- A copy of applicant's ID card (public documents issued by the government of the applicant's home country including a passport, social security card or other forms of identification)
- applicant's bank book (it must be notarized from a notary's agency of the country where the applicant resides and be attested by the Korean embassy)