Cabinet of South Korea

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The Cabinet of South Korea is the chief executive body of the Republic of Korea. The most influential part of the executive branch of the South Korean government are the ministries.[1]


The Cabinet of South Korea consists of the President, the Prime minister, 17 ministries, two agencies and 5 boards.

Ministry Incumbent
대한민국 대통령, 大韓民國大統領
Park Geun-hye
Prime Minister
국무총리, 國務總理
Deputy Prime Minister
부총리, 副總理
Ministry of Strategy and Finance
기획재정부, 企劃財政部
Choi Kyoung-hwan
Deputy Prime Minister
부총리, 副總理
Ministry of Education
교육부, 敎育部
Hwang Woo-yeo
Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning
미래창조과학부, 未來創造科學部
Choi Yang-hee
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
외교부, 外交部
Yun Byung-se
Ministry of Unification
통일부, 統一部
Hong Yong-pyo
Ministry of Justice
법무부, 法務部
Hwang Kyo-ahn
Ministry of National Defense
국방부, 國防部
Han Min-koo
Ministry of Government Administration and Home Affairs
행정자치부, 行政自治部
Chong Jong-sup
Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism
문화체육관광부, 文化體育觀光部
Kim Jong-deok
Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs
농림축산식품부, 農林畜産食品部
Lee Dong-phil
Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy
산업통상자원부, 産業通商資源部
Yoon Sang-jick
Ministry for Health and Welfare
보건복지부, 保健福祉部
Moon Hyung-pyo
Ministry of Environment
환경부, 環境部
Yoon Seang-kyu
Ministry of Employment and Labor
고용노동부, 雇用勞動部
Phang Ha-nam
Ministry of Gender Equality and Family
여성가족부, 女性家族部
Cho Yoon-sun
Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport
국토교통부, 國土交通部
Suh Seoung-hwan
Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries
해양수산부, 海洋水産部
Lee Ju-young


  1. ^ "Executive Branch". Government of South Korea. Prime Minister's Office of South Korea. Retrieved 29 May 2013.