Ministry of Foreign Affairs (South Korea)

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South Korea's Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) is in charge of the country's foreign relations, as well as handling matters related to overseas Korean nationals.wikipedia
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Foreign relations of South Korea

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South Korea's Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) is in charge of the country's foreign relations, as well as handling matters related to overseas Korean nationals.
On January 1, 2007, South Korean Foreign Minister Ban Ki-moon assumed the post of UN Secretary-General, serving in that post until December 31, 2016.

Chang Taek-sang

Jang Taek-sang
He was the third prime minister of South Korea and 1st Minister of Foreign Affairs.

Choe Deok-sin

Choe Tok-sin
Choe Deok-sin (September 17, 1914 – November 14, 1989) was a South Korean Foreign Minister who later defected with his wife, Ryu Mi-yong, to North Korea.

Song Yo-chan

Song Yo Chan
Previously, he had been the head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade from 22 July 1961 - 10 October 1961 and was a Lieutenant General.

Chung Il-kwon

Chung Il Kwon
A general in the Republic of Korea Army, he served as Foreign Minister 1963 to 1964, and Prime Minister from 1964 to 1970.

Doryeom-dong

The ministry previously had its headquarters in a facility in Doryeom-dong in Jongno District.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs previously had its headquarters in a facility in Doryeom-dong.

Lho Shin-yong

Noh Shin-yeong
Lho Shin-yong (Korean: 노신영, 28 February 1930 – 21 October 2019) was a South Korean politician, diplomat and intelligence chief, who served as the 18th Prime Minister, the 18th Foreign Minister and the 12th Director of the Agency of National Security Planning (ANSP, now National Intelligence Service) of the fifth South Korean republic.

Ban Ki-moon

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Before becoming Secretary-General, Ban was a career diplomat in South Korea's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and in the United Nations.

Song Min-soon

Song Minsoon
Previously, he was the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade (2006–2008) and the National Security Adviser (2006) of the Republic of Korea.

Yun Byung-se

Foreign Minister Yun
Yun Byung-se (born 3 August 1953 in Seoul) was the Foreign Affairs Minister of South Korea.

Kang Kyung-wha

Kang Kyung-wha (born 7 April 1955) is the Foreign Minister of South Korea, the first woman nominated for and appointed to the position.

Yoon Young-kwan

Yoon Young Kwan
He was appointed as the 32nd Foreign Minister of South Korea on February 27, 2003.

Lee Beom-seok (foreign minister)

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He served as Head of the Korean Junior Red Cross, Head of the International Organizations division for the Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1961, and continued to serve as Assistant to the Ambassador at the UN and the United States, Head of Protocols, Ambassador to Tunisia, Vice President of the Korean Red Cross, Head Representative for the North-South Korea Red Cross talks, Ambassador to India, Head of the Center for Reunification, Secretary-General for the Committee for Peaceful Reunification Policies, and Head Secretary for the President before he became the Foreign Minister in 1983.

MOFAT Diamond scandal

* MOFAT Diamond Scandal
The MOFAT Diamond Scandal was exposed around early January 2012, in which the ambassador of South Korea's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Kim Eun-seok, leaked an information on his illegal purchase of stocks of a mining firm called CNK International by falsifying information of a diamond reserve in Cameroon.

Korea International Cooperation Agency

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The Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA, Korean: 한국국제협력단, Hanja: 韓國國際協力團) was established in 1991 by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of South Korea as a governmental organization for Official Development Assistance (ODA) to enhance the effectiveness of South Korea's grant aid programs for developing countries by implementing the government's grant aid and technical cooperation programs.

Korea Foundation

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The Korea Foundation is affiliated with Korea's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which oversees three affiliate organizations – the Korea Foundation, the Overseas Korean Foundation (OKF), and the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA).

Jongno District

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Its main office is located in the MOFA Building in Jongno District, Seoul.
The headquarters of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is located in the MOFA Building in Jongno District.

South Korea

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South Korea's Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) is in charge of the country's foreign relations, as well as handling matters related to overseas Korean nationals.

Korean diaspora

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South Korea's Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) is in charge of the country's foreign relations, as well as handling matters related to overseas Korean nationals.

Seoul

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Its main office is located in the MOFA Building in Jongno District, Seoul.

Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy (South Korea)

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In 2013, it reverted to its earlier name of Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the responsibility for trade matters was handed over to the Ministry of Knowledge Economy, which was renamed the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy.