Constitutional Court of The Republic of Korea

AUTHORITIES
  1. Adjudication on the constitutionality of laws upon the request of the courts
  2. Adjudication on impeachment
  3. Adjudication on dissolution of a political party
  4. Adjudication on disputes on jurisdiction between state agencies, between a state agency and a local government, and between local governments
  5. Adjudication on constitutional complaints
Address :
15, Bukchon-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea
iod@ccourt.go.kr
+82 2 767 6108
+82 2 767 6111
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Head
Mr. LEE, Jinsung (President)
2017. 11. - 2018. 9.
Members Composition

H.E. Mr. LEE, Jinsung
H.E. Mr. KIM, Yi-Su
H.E. Mr. KIM, Changjong
H.E. Mr. AHN, Changho
H.E. Mr. KANG, Ilwon
H.E. Mr. SEO, Kiseog
H.E. Mr. CHO, Yongho
H.E. Ms. LEE, Seon-Ae
H.E. Mr. YOO, Namseok

Secretary General
Mr. KIM, Heon-Jeong
Structure
1. Secretary General
The Secretary General, under the direction of the President, oversees the work of the Department of Court Administration, directs and supervises its employees and attends National Assembly sessions to make statements on the Court’s administrative issues.
2. DEPUTY SECRETARY GENERAL
The Deputy Secretary General assists the Secretary General and shall act on behalf of the Secretary General should he or she be unable to perform his or her duties due to unforeseeable circumstances.
3. PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICE
Public Information Office promotes the Court’s important cases and events to the public through press releases and the official website, and produces promotional materials and conducts tours of the Constitutional Court.
4. PLANNING AND COORDINATION OFFICE
Planning and Coordination Office is responsible for formulating key project plans, budget planning, international cooperation, the enactment and amendment of regulations, monitoring and inspection, etc.
a. Finance & Planning Division
b. Monitoring & Inspection Division
c. Legal Affairs Division
d. International Affairs Bureau
     1) International Affairs Division
     2) AACC Affairs Division
5. ADMINISTRATION MANAGEMENT BUREAU AFFAIRS
Administration Management Bureau is in charge of the Court building security, sourcing, procurement, final accounts, protocol, events, personnel management, etc.
a. General Services Division
b. Personnel Division
c. Facility Management Division
6. JUDGMENT AFFAIRS BUREAU
Judgment Affairs Bureau assists the work related to the handling of cases filed with the Constitutional Court and improving the constitutional adjudication system.
a. Civil Service Division
b. Judgment Affairs Division
c. Judgment System Division
7. INFORMATION AND MATERIALS BUREAU
Information and Materials Bureau takes charge of the collection, publishing, and management of materials on constitutional adjudication, support for research councils, library management, IT works, etc.
a. Judicial Materials Division
b. Information Technology Division
c. Library & Information Division