There are many Chinese investors who can speak Korean, even a little, but this investor cannot speak Korean at all and has little experience in Korea. So, when you ask for a store, you ask a Chinese-speaking real estate agent, and so you request a visa from a Chinese-speaking administrator like me.
First of all, it was not very difficult to write a business plan because it is very close to Konkuk University Immigration Station.
However, in this case, he brought the investment money to Korea, but the amount of cash was quite large.
So, as it would be more difficult at the immigration, I made more thorough preparation of the documents.
In the case of general business, even if you continue to operate, it does not matter much, but in the case of restaurants, you must obtain a visa within one month after entering the country, or obtain a visa before starting business.
Therefore, I promised to accept a visa before starting business with the investor and proceeded, and the investor decided to follow the requirements carefully.
From the beginning, I checked more thoroughly, and I immediately requested correction to proceed with the wrong parts.