Understanding Professional Regulations in South Korea

Hello everyone,

Working in South Korea sometimes means navigating through the various professional regulations and can pose a real challenge for expats. It is essential to grasp the current standards to avoid unpleasant surprises and make the most of your experience in South Korea.

Let's explore the local specifics together:

Is it possible to work in all business sectors in South Korea? Are there sectors reserved for locals or regulated activities?

What administrative steps need to be taken to practice in regulated professions in South Korea? (required documents, language tests, certifications, accreditations, diploma equivalences, etc.)

How to stay informed about legal developments and new professional regulations in South Korea?

Which organizations or agencies can provide support to expats regarding their professional activities abroad?

By sharing your experiences, you contribute to easing the professional integration of future expats, helping them understand the specific regulations related to professions in South Korea.

Thanks to everyone for your contributions.

Expat.com Team