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  • Establishment of a liaison office is not recognized as a foreign investment, and is regulated by the Foreign Exchange Transactions Act.

    liaison office does not conduct sales activities to create profits, but instead carries out non-sales functions such as business contacts, market research, R&D, etc. Liaison offices can carry out quality control, market surveys, advertising, and other incidental and supportive roles. However, they are limited in the scope of their activities, since they are not allowed to sell products directly, or to stock inventory for sale on behalf of the headquarters. Liaison office Establishment Report In order for a foreign company to establish a domestic liaison office, a report shall be made to the head of a designated foreign exchange bank.

    Information & Document need to be provided prior to registration

    - Office address in Korea (Lease contract)

    - Statement of HQ Corporate objectives (in point form) / Director, Shareholder’s Passport copy and Address proof

    - Information of representative (Korea)- name / passport copy and address proof

    - Date of the Liaison Office establishment

    From Head office in Overseas

    - Certificate of company registration (certificate of incorporation issued by Govn't / governmental bodies)

    - Articles of Incorporation (some called “Articles of association” or “Company by-laws” etc.) * Both 1 and 2 may include the following information : the address of HQ, business objectives, share(stock) information, name of the president, total paid-in capital etc.) otherwise, use attached "certificate of corporate information" and Notarize & Apostille

    - Copy of passport (Head office's president/CEO)

    - Documents attesting the appointment of Korea Liaison Office representative

    - Minute of board of directors meeting*

    - Corporate resolution that decides the establishment of Liaison Office in Korea ; “where” & “when”)

    - Copy of ID card (Head office's president/CEO)

    - Power of Attorney

    * Above all documents should be notarized and Apostilled (if applicable)

    From Liaison Office Manager

    - Written Acceptance of Appointment

    - Power of Attorney

    - Copy of passport (Scanned copy)

    - Report of Liaison Office representative’s Seal Impressions

    - Copy of ID card (must show the address in his/her native country)

    - Above documents should be notarized and Apostilled*(if applicable)


  • Hong Kong Office

    : Unit 706, 7/F, South Seas Centre Tower 2, No.75 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Hong Kong / Tel:(852)3913-9500 / Fax:(852)2170-1919

  • Singapore Office

    : 3 Shenton Way #16-08 Shenton House Singapore 068805 / Tel: (65)6542-2309 / Fax : (65)6221-4376

  • Vietnam Office

    : 13F, Charmvit Tower, 117 Tran Duy Hung Street, Cau Glay District, Hanoi, Vietnam / Tel:(84)34-8218-444

  • Korea Office

    : 100, Cheonggyecheon-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea / Tel : (82)70-7436-5844 / Fax : (82)2-713-0056

  • Taiwan Office

    : 18F-2, No.163, Sec. 1, Keelung Rd., Xinyi Dist., Taipei City 110, Taiwan (R.O.C) / Tel : (886)988-057-215

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