"With This Passport, You Can Go To 192 Countries": Man Gets Korean Citizenship To Travel The World

"With This Passport, You Can Go To 192 Countries": Man Gets Korean Citizenship To Travel The World

  • A young man who is also a citizen of the Republic of Korea said his passport is stronger than the US passport
  • David Nkwa boasted about the Korean passport in his possession, which gives him access to 192 countries around the world
  • The man advised any African with the constant need to travel to have a second passport

A young man is now a citizen of the Republic of Korea and has shown off his passport.

David Nkwa said with the Korean passport, he could travel to 192 countries without a visa.

Man who has Korean passport.
The man said he could travel to 192 countries visa-free. Photo credit: TikTok/David Nkwa and Getty Images/Aaron Foster.
Source: UGC

In his TikTok video, David claimed that the Korean passport was stronger than that of the United States.

He said the US passport had access to fewer countries than the Korean passport.

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David said his fellow countrymen who would love to travel around need a stronger passport as their local passports may not be enough.

Checks showed that one could visit 193 countries visa-free with a Korean passport. Also, one can visit 189 destinations visa-free with a US passport.

Watch David's video below:

Reactions as man shows his Korean passport

@Abraham said:

"When you say "visa-free access", does that include a visa, even if electronic or on arrival? No country is visa-free to 192 countries."

@What’sUp commented:

"Korean passport is green as a Nigerian passport. Do your research why some passports are green & others have different colours."

@Josh!! said:

"I will take my US passports over and over and over again."

@Power up said:

"Na the amount of respect you have with the US passport, u will not get that same respect with the Korean passport."

@High Chief said:

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"Travelling to more countries does not equate strong. It equates access not strength. The US passport is still the strongest."

Man becomes a citizen of Ghana

Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that a Nigerian man was happy to become a citizen of Ghana, and the moment was captured in a viral video.

In the clip, the man was seen waving the Ghanaian flag happily in the presence of many people as he celebrated with his wife.

Source: Legit.ng

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