You can deposit money to your ICBC Korea account by following one of the steps as below:
1. Deposit cash or cheque into your account using the Be*Twin Check Card at a nearby ATM.
2. Wire-transfer your money using another commercial bank card at a nearby ATM.
Select KB Kookmin Bank as the beneficiary bank and insert the KB Virtual Account number written on the Be*Twin Check Card.
3. Visit a commercial bank branch that offers inter-bank transfer and deposit your money by inserting either of the following information:
(1) Beneficiary Bank – ICBC
Beneficiary Account – Checking Account (KRW) number opened at ICBC Korea branch.
(2) Beneficiary Bank – Kookmin Bank
Beneficiary Account - KB Virtual Account number written on your Be*Twin Check Card
Yes, you can.
As long as your foreign payments are permitted under the Foreign Exchange Transactions Act and you possess the contract and invoice signed by the beneficiary, you can transfer the money up to the amount specified in those documents.
If you are the representative of your own business, you should present the certificate of inscription and a certificate confirming your real name. If you are a proxy, you should present the certificate of inscription, certificate of seal impression, the sealed power of attorney, and a certificate confirming your real name.
Yes, it is.
Not only the KRW deposits but also the FX deposits in your account is protected by the KDIC under the Depositor Protection Act. The KDIC coverage limit is up to 50 million won per depositor for the aggregate of all of his/her insured financial products with this bank including principal and designated interest.
Yes, you can.
But the beneficiary may receive the money a day later than the cash remittance.
Please contact the branch below.
Seoul Branch : 02-3788-6617
Busan Branch : 051-463-8788
Daelim Branch : 02-836-6815
Konkuk Univ. Branch : 02-3409-8900
Name of the beneficiary in English, beneficiary account number, names of the beneficiary bank and the branch, and the Chinese ID number of the beneficiary.
Name of the beneficiary in Chinese, beneficiary account number, names of the beneficiary bank and the branch, the Chinese ID number of the beneficiary, and the detail address of the beneficiary
If you are a Korean individual, you will need a certificate confirming your real name, e.g. a national ID card, a driver’s license, or a passport. If you are a foreign individual, you will need both the passport and the alien registration card in effect.