e-National Indicator compiles statistics produced by Korean government ministries and offices and provides over 800 types of statistics, categorized by subjects, ministries and offices, and characteristics. In Korean.
Crime statistics are available in several categories including offenses and arrests, offenses by age, and juvenile delinquency. Statistics are searchable by category and time period. In Korean and English.
Korean Statistical Information System
Korean Statistical Information System (KOSIS) is Korea's extensive national statistical database. Presents national and international statistics arranged by subject or source, and are searchable by keyword or subject. Includes information on population, agriculture, crime, transportation, etc. Includes comparative economic and social indicators of South and North Korea, online publications of statistical data, alphabetical and subject glossary, news about recent publications, and links to other institutions' statistical databases. Documents are available in .exe, .txt or ASCII format.
The North Korean Penal Code, Criminal Procedures, and their Actual Applications
This report includes the North Korean Penal Code, Criminal Procedures, and their actual applications in English.
Supreme Court of Korea
Offical homepage of the Supreme Court of Korea. It outlines the form and function of the Court. This site also offers laws, proceeding and statistics. In English.
World Factbook of Criminal Justice Systems, South Korea
Provides a narrative description
justice system of the Republic of Korea. Forty-two other country
are written with a common template so that comparisons of similar
in different countries can be made easily.
This website, sponsored by the
Korea's Ministry of Justice, offers access to information on
correctional facilities in Korea, as well as contact information, the
status of medical care for prisoners, education and vocational
training, and more.
Annual Reports to Congress on International Religious Freedom - Korea
These reports, produced by the U.S. Department of State, describe the status of religious freedom in Korea, government policies violating religious belief and practices of groups, religious denominations, and individuals, and U.S. policies to promote religious freedom around the world. It is submitted in compliance with the International Religious Freedom Act of 1998.