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European Parliament elections 2024 – Advance Voting

In order to cast your vote, you will have to book a Consular Visit (link). Our opening hours are: 09:00 - 12:00 (Monday - Friday). Please wait to receive a confirmation email for the requested visit. Reservations are not complete until confirmed via email. The Embassy is closed on weekends and national holidays and therefore booking requests will not be processed on such days. 

It is recommended to read the following page, as the Advance Voting-process differs from Election Day in Denmark.

Who can vote?

For the European Parliament elections in Denmark on Sunday, 9 June 2024, the following people can vote in advance at the Embassy of Denmark in Korea or the Danish Consulate in Busan. You are able to cast your vote three months before the election day, i.e. from Saturday 9 March 2024.

To be eligible to vote you must on election day:

  • have the right to vote for the Danish Parliament or
  • be a Danish citizen, have reached the age of 18 and have permanent residence in one of the other EU member states, or
  • be a citizen of one of the other EU member states, have reached the age of 18 and have permanent residence in Denmark or be registered in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs' protocol (EU diplomats) or
  • be a Danish citizen, have reached the age of 18 and have permanent residence in Denmark.

Valid identification (passport, driver’s license, etc) has to be presented in order to vote.

Deadline for advance voting

There is no deadline for advance voting abroad. However, an advance vote must be cast early enough to arrive at the voter’s Danish municipality before the polling commences in Denmark at 09:00 on Election Day. We advise that you at the latest cast a vote at the Honorary Consulate on 20 May and the Embassy on 23 May in order for the votes to arrive in Denmark in due time.

You can cast a new vote in advance if you want to change your vote later. It is the last advance vote cast that counts. If you vote in advance, you cannot turn up on election day to vote.

Voters who turn out to vote in advance shortly before Election Day should be advised that the vote counts only if it arrives in time. However, no voter who turns out to cast an advance vote before the election day may be disbarred from casting an advance vote, despite it being unlikely that the advance vote will arrive in time. 

At the embassy we will be able to assist you in how to correctly fill out and submit your vote. The Embassy will also provide information on the parties eligible to stand for European Parliament elections as of today. As other parties or candidates become eligible to stand for election, the Embassy will provide a new guide as soon as possible. From Friday, 26 April 2024 at the latest, the embassy will provide a final overview of the parties and candidates standing for election. You can also find the overview on the Ministry of the Interior and Health of Denmark’s website (