Mr. Jongmun Park
1. SECRETARY GENERAL
The Secretary General, under the direction of the President, oversees the administrative works of the Court, directs and supervises the public employees under his or her authority, and attends National Assembly sessions or cabinet meetings to make statements on the Court’s administrative issues.
2. DEPUTY SECRETARY GENERAL
The Deputy Secretary General assists the Secretary General and acts on behalf of the Secretary General if he/she is unable to perform his/her duties for reasons.
3. PLANNING AND COORDINATION OFFICE
The Planning and Coordination Office is comprised of the Planning and Finance Bureau and the International Cooperation Bureau. The former Bureau is responsible for establishing major plans, budgeting and accounting, assessing and auditing works, enacting and revising the Court rules, and the latter Bureau is responsible for coordinating international relations and supporting the AACC related affairs.
4. JUDGMENT AFFAIRS OFFICE
Judgment Affairs Office houses the Judgment Information Bureau and is responsible for improvement or development of the constitutional adjudication system, preservation and management of archives, operation of the Constitutional Court Exhibition, receiving and processing cases filed to the Court, civil service and release of information to the public, drafting and delivery of case-related documents and case statistics. The Judgment Information Bureau collects, publishes and manages materials regarding constitutional adjudication and oversees IT projects and information security.
5. ADMINISTRATION MANAGEMENT BUREAU
Administration Management Bureau is responsible for protocol, events, court buildings security, facility procurement, expenditure and management, expenditure budget, HR and training, buildings construction and facility operation, renovation and maintenance of court buildings.
6. SENIOR ADVISOR ON LIBRARY AFFAIRS
Senior Advisor on Library Affairs oversees Constitutional Court Library and research on materials in foreign language.
7. DIRECTOR GENERAL FOR PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICE
Director General for Public Information Office produces and distributes news releases, provides information on cases and events, generates promotional materials and operates a courthouse tour program.