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Ministry of Labor (South Korea)

Ministry of Employment and Labor

Goyong nodongbu
Agency overview
Formed November 11, 1948
Preceding agencies Division of Labor, Minister of Social Affairs
Minister of Labor
Jurisdiction Government of South Korea
Headquarters Government Complex II, 47 Gwanmun-ro, Gwacheon-si, Gyeonggi-do, Seoul, South Korea
Agency executives Phang Ha-nam, Minister
Jung Hyun-ok, Vice Minister
Website Official Ministry of Employment and Labor website in English

South Korea's Ministry of Employment and Labor (고용노동부) is a cabinet-level ministry overseeing labor affairs. Its predecessor agency, the Division of Labor, was established under the direction of the Minister of Social Affairs (사회부장관) on 11 November 1948.[1] It was upgraded to a cabinet ministry on 8 April 1981.[2]

Ministry of Employment and Labor (South Korea)


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