List of equipment of the Republic of Korea Army

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List of equipment of the Republic of Korea Army is a list of equipment currently in service in the Republic of Korea Army.

Small arms[edit]

Domestically produced[edit]

Arms Type Manufacturer Caliber Notes
South Korea K1A Carbine Daewoo Precision Industries .223 Remington Standard-issue carbine.
South Korea K2 Assault rifle Daewoo Precision Industries 5.56x45mm NATO Standard-issue assault rifle.
South KoreaUnited States M16A1 Assault rifle Daewoo Precision Industries .223 Remington Limited-issue assault rifle. Mainly used by the Republic of Korea Reserve Forces. Produced under license.
South Korea K3 Light machine gun Daewoo Precision Industries 5.56x45mm NATO Standard-issue squad automatic weapon.
South Korea K4 Automatic grenade launcher Daewoo Precision Industries 40x53mm
South Korea K5 Pistol Daewoo Precision Industries 9×19mm Parabellum Standard-issue pistol
South KoreaUnited States M60D General-purpose machine gun Daewoo Precision Industries 7.62x51mm NATO Produced under license
South Korea K6 Heavy machine gun Yeohwa Shotgun .50 BMG Browning M2HB with additional modification. Parts of K6 and M2 are not interchangeable.
South Korea K7 Silenced submachine gun Daewoo Precision Industries 9×19mm Parabellum
South Korea K11 Assault rifle chambered to fire the 5.56mm round, as well as 20mm air-burst shells from its over-barrel launcher S&T Daewoo 5.56x45mm NATO
20x30mm
The ROK Armed Forces plans to field 2 K11s per squad.
South Korea K12 General-purpose machine gun S&T Motiv 7.62x51mm NATO Planned to replace the M60D
South Korea K14 Sniper rifle S&T Motiv 7.62x51mm NATO Standard-issue sniper rifle.

Imported products[edit]

Arms Type Caliber Notes
Israel CornerShot Weapon accessory Used by special forces
Germany USP9 Tactical Pistol 9x19mm NATO Used by special forces
Israel Jericho 941F Pistol 9x19mm NATO Used by special forces
Germany MP5 series Submachine Gun 9x19mm NATO Used by special forces
United States M14 rifle Battle Rifle 7.62x51mm NATO For ceremonial use, also used by reservist forces
United States M1 carbine Carbine .30 Carbine Used by reservist force
United States M203 Grenade Launcher 40x46mm Being replaced by the K201
GermanySwitzerland SSG 3000 Sniper rifle 7.62x51mm NATO
Germany MSG-90 Sniper Rifle 7.62x51mm NATO
Austria SSG 69 Sniper Rifle 7.62x51mm NATO Used by special forces
United Kingdom AW Sniper Rifle 7.62x51mm NATO Used by special forces
United Kingdom AWSM Sniper Rifle .338 Lapua Magnum Used by special forces

Tanks[edit]

*The list includes equipment used by both the ROK Army and ROK Marine Corps.

The ROK Army operates 2,400 tanks as of 2014.[1]

Vehicle Type Origin In service Manufacturer Produced Notes
K1/K1E1 MBT  South Korea 1,027 Hyundai Rotem 1985~1998 All K1 will be upgraded to K1E1. It is expected to be completed by 2026.[2]
K1A1/K1A2 MBT  South Korea 484 Hyundai Rotem 1999~2010 All K1A1 will be upgraded to K1A2. It is expected to be completed by 2022.[2]
K2 Black Panther MBT  South Korea At least 35 Hyundai Rotem 2013~ Initial mass production is underway since late 2013. 206 K2 Black Panther will be delivered during 2013~2015 for the first batch.
M48A3K MBT  United States
 South Korea
≈300 Chrysler or Ford Motor Company 1952~1959 ROKA and ROKMC received 381 M48A3K-upgraded from M48A1. This variant uses a diesel engine instead of the original gasoline type. Other changes include installation of a T-shaped muzzle brake on the gun, three additional support wheels on the tracks, commander's periscope on the turret and smoke grenade dischargers. The fire control system has also been replaced with a native South Korean version. Slowly being retired.
M48A5/A5K1/A5K2 MBT  United States
 South Korea
≈500 Chrysler or Ford Motor Company 1952~1959 ROKA received 275 M48A5-ex-USFK; 195 M48A5K1-upgraded from M48A2C; 210 M48A5K2-upgraded from M48A1. Replacing the main gun with the KM68 105 mm gun. Additional side skirts were provided, and the fire control system was upgraded to the Laser Tank Fire Control System (LTFCS). Will be replaced by K1 & K2
T-80U MBT  Russia 33 T-80U
2 T-80UK
Omsktransmash 1990s 33 T-80Us were given by Russia between 1996 and 1997 as a partial payment of debts incurred during the Soviet era.
Two T-80UKs were given by Russia in 2005 as a partial payment of debts incurred during the Soviet era.
T-62(Tiran-6)
T-72M1
MBT Soviet UnionIsrael
 Soviet Union
5[3]
3[3]
Used for "Aggressor" training. Their presence was considered classified but released into public after army's invitation events.[4][5]

Armored fighting vehicles[edit]

The ROK Army operates 2,700 armored vehicles as of 2014.(This figure does not include wheeled APCs)[1]

Tracked[edit]

Vehicle Type In service Manufacturer/Produced Notes
South Korea K200/A1 Armored Personnel Carrier 1,700[6] Doosan/(1985~) Excludes non-APC variant K200 platforms.
South Korea K21 Infantry Fighting Vehicle More than 300 ~ (As of 2014) [7] Doosan/(2009–present) 900 K21 under mass production stage
Additional 100 K21s will be introduced by 2016
Russia BMP-3 Infantry Fighting Vehicle 33 BMP-3F
37 BMP-3M
Kurganmashzavod Given by Russia in 1996 as a partial payment of debts incurred during the Soviet era.
United States M113(K1) Armored Personnel Carrier Mostly phased out[8] FMC Corporation Up to 400 in reserve/storage.[8]
Variants of the K200 Armored Personnel Carrier
South Korea K216
South Korea K221
South Korea K255
South Korea K277
NBC reconnaissance vehicle
Smoke generating vehicle
Ammunition resupply vehicle
Command post vehicle
Doosan/ late 1980s~ over 800 non-APC variants were in service[6]

Wheeled[edit]

Vehicle Type In service Manufacturer/Produced Notes
South Korea KW1 Scorpion 6×6 Wheeled APC
8×8 Wheeled APC
600 planned Hyundai Rotem/ 2016~ ROK Army has selected Hyundai Rotem over the Samsung Techwin and Doosan DST consortium as the preferred bidder for 600 wheeled armored vehicles.[9] To enter service between 2016 and 2020.[10]
ItalySouth Korea KM900/901(Fiat 6614) 4×4 Wheeled APC 200-275[11] Kia Motors/(1977~1985) produced 482 KM900/901 Wheeled APCs under license.[6] Some in reserve/storage.
South Korea Barracuda(TM-170) 4×4 Wheeled APC 10 Doosan DST Barracuda being used by United Nations peacekeepers.

Engineering vehicles[edit]

Vehicle Type In service Manufacturer Notes
South Korea K1 AVLB Armored Vehicle Launched Bridge 70 Hyundai Mobis based on the MBT K1 chassis.
South Korea K1 ARV Armored Recovery Vehicle 150 Hyundai Mobis based on the MBT K1 chassis. More in production.[12]
South Korea K288 Armored Recovery Vehicle Doosan DST based on the APC K200 chassis.
South Korea K21 ARV Armored Recovery Vehicle Doosan DST based on the IFV K21 chassis.
United StatesSouth Korea KM9 ACE Armored Combat Earthmover 207[13] Samsung Techwin These were made under licence in South Korea by Samsung Techwin.[13]
Germany Keiler Mine Clearing Vehicle 1[14] Rheinmetall Landsysteme based on the MBT Leopard
Germany Rhino Mine Clearing Vehicle 3[14] Rheinmetall Landsysteme
Germany Mine Breaker 2000 Mine Clearing Vehicle 1[14] Rheinmetall Landsysteme
United Kingdom Mk4 Mine Clearing Vehicle 2[14] Aardvark Clear Mine Ltd.

Logistics and utility vehicles[edit]

Vehicle [15] [16] Type[15] [16] Payload Quantity Manufacturer Notes
Variants of the K131
South Korea K131
South Korea K132
South Korea K133
South Korea KM422
South Korea KM424
South Korea KM426
4x4 utility vehicle
Bulletproof utility vehicle
NBC reconnaissance
Tow Missile Launcher Carrier
106mm Recoilless Rifle Carrier
40mm Grenade Launcher
¼ ton(off-road) 7,866[17] Kia Motors
Variants of the K311
South Korea K311
South Korea K301
South Korea K312
South Korea K313
South Korea K314
South Korea K315
South Korea K316
South Korea K317
South Korea K318
South Korea K319
South Korea Box car
4x4 utility vehicle
Combat food supply
Ambulance
Shop Van
Signals vehicle
Secret code
NBC reconnaissance
Biological reconnaissance
Smoke generating vehicle
Bulletproof
FDC, UAV, Communication
1¼ ton(off-road) 13,170[17] Kia Motors
Variants of the K511
South Korea K511
South Korea K512
South Korea K513
South Korea K514
South Korea K515
South Korea K516
South Korea K517
South Korea K518
South Korea K519
South Korea K606
South Korea Box car
6x6 Cargo Truck
Shop Van
Fuel Tanker
Fire Direction Center Vehicle
Water Tanker
Secret code
Long bed
Bulletproof cargo
Combat food supply
Hydraulic Crane
UAV, Communication, PX
2½ ton(off-road) 18,972[17] Kia Motors
Variants of the K711
South Korea K711
South Korea K712
South Korea K713
South Korea K714
South Korea K715
South Korea K716
South Korea K717
South Korea K718
South Korea K719
South Korea K720
South Korea K721
South Korea Box car
6x6 Cargo Truck
Wrecker
Dump truck
K136 Kooryoung
Tractor
Expandable Van
Spare Parts Van
Floating bridge
Ribbon bridge
Long bed cargo
Decontamination
Radar, Water filter, etc..
5 ton(off-road) 10,563[17] Kia Motors
Vehicle Type Payload Quantity Manufacturer Notes
South Korea K912 8x8 Wrecker Kia Motors KM1001 Wrecker for wrecking of large & modernized equipment exceeding operating capacity of the KM502(K711 variant) Wrecker
South Korea K915 8x8 Tractor 60 ~ 100 ton Kia Motors KM1002 Tractor for transportation of large-heavy equipment such as tank, armored vehicle
South Korea K917 8x8 Cargo Truck 15 ton Kia Motors
South Korea Hyundai Trago 6x4 Tractor 100 ton Hyundai Motors Military-Equipped Civilian Vehicles.
United States MaxxPro MRAP 10 International Truck South Korea 10 MaxxPro Dashes in service with Republic of Korea Army
United States HEMTT A4 MLRS resupply 58 Oshkosh Corp.
Germany Unimog Snowplow vehicle 34[18] Mercedes-Benz
SwedenSouth Korea K532
SwedenSouth Korea K533
SwedenSouth Korea K534
Mortar carrier
Electronic warfare
Signals vehicle
≈500[19] Kia Motors Hagglunds BV206 was built in Korea under license by Kia Motors.[19]

The RoK Army operates 9,096 civil vehicles ranging from sedans to buses, forklifts, excavators, and graders.[17]

Communication equipment[edit]

Equipment[20] Type[20] Manufacturer[20] Frequency[20] Notes[20]
South Korea PRC-85K Walkie-talkie LIG Nex1(formerly LG Precision) VHF/FM Slowly being retired.
South Korea PRC-96K Walkie-talkie LIG Nex1(formerly LG Precision) VHF/FM Standard-issue
United StatesSouth Korea PRC-77K Portable transceiver LIG Nex1(formerly LG Precision) VHF/FM Produced under license. Mainly used by the Republic of Korea Reserve Forces.
South Korea PRC-999K Portable transceiver LIG Nex1(formerly LG Precision) VHF/FM Standard-issue
South Korea ARC-900K Aircraft transceiver LIG Nex1(formerly LG Precision) VHF/FM
United States South Korea KTA-312 Field telephone corded Produced under license. Slowly being retired.
South Korea TA-512K Field telephone corded Standard-issue
South Korea AN/PRC-950K Portable transceiver Huneed HF/AM
South Korea AN/VRC-950K Vehicle transceiver Huneed HF/AM
South Korea VRC-946K Vehicle transceiver(Jeep) Huneed VHF/FM
South Korea VRC-947K Vehicle transceiver(Truck) Huneed VHF/FM
South Korea VRC-949K Vehicle transceiver(Tank) Huneed VHF/FM
South Korea VRC-964K Vehicle transceiver(armored vehicle) Huneed VHF/FM
South Korea KAN/GRC-512(V) Multi-channel radio Huneed UHF
South Korea SPIDER 2nd generation tactical communication system[21] Samsung Electronics The SPIDER system can transmit only still images and voice data.[22]
South Korea TICN 3rd generation tactical communication system[21] Samsung thales, LIG Nex1 and Huneed consortium[23]
South Korea TMMR Tactical Multiband Multirole Radio LIG Nex1(formerly LG Precision) HF / VHF / UHF

Radar systems[edit]

Model Type Manufacturer Deployment Quantity Notes
Low Altitude Surveillance Radars
South Korea TPS-830K Mobile Short range air search radar LIG Nex1(formerly LG Precision) 1994~[24] 54[25] Use Supports KM167A3 Vulcan, K263A1 Chungung and Oerlikon GDF.
South Korea FPS-303K Medium range air search radar LIG Nex1(formerly LG Precision) 2014~16[26] 3D AESA radar connected to early warning and command & control systems, enhances the ability to detect and track targets at low altitudes.[26]
Artillery-Locating Radars
United States AN/TPQ-36 Firefinder Counter-battery radar Raytheon 1996[27] 10[27]
United States AN/TPQ-37 Firefinder Counter-battery radar Raytheon 1996[27] 5[27]
Sweden South Korea Saab ARTHUR-K Counter-battery radar LIG Nex1(formerly LG Precision) 2009~[27] 8[27] ARTHUR-K was built in Korea under license by LIG Nex1[28]


Optics and night sight systems[edit]

Model Type Manufacturer Deployment Notes
South Korea KM-20[29] 8x30 Military Binocular EO system (formerly Korea Optech) 1995[29] Standard-issue
South Korea PVS-98K[29] Day & Night Sight EO system (formerly Korea Optech) 1998[29] Standard-issue
South Korea PVS-01K[29] Thermal Weapon Sight EO system (formerly Korea Optech) 2001[29] Standard-issue
South Korea PVS-02K[29] Night Weapon Sight EO system (formerly Korea Optech) 2002[29] Standard-issue
South Korea PVS-04K[29] Night Monocular Scope EO system (formerly Korea Optech) 2004[29] Standard-issue
South Korea PVS-05K[29] Day & Night Sight EO system (formerly Korea Optech) 2005[29] Standard-issue
South Korea PVS-11K Day & Night Sight EO system (formerly Korea Optech) 2011 Standard-issue
South Korea DCL-120 Dot sight Dong In optical Limited-issue
South Korea TAS-970K[30] TOD(Thermal Observation Device) Samsung thales 1997[30] Standard-issue
South Korea TAS-815K[30] TOD(Thermal Observation Device) Samsung thales 2011[30] Standard-issue

Artillery[edit]

The ROK Army operates 5,800 artillery pieces and MRLs as of 2014.((This figure does not include mortars)[1]

Mortars[edit]

Mortars Type In service Manufacturer/Produced Range Notes
United States M-19 60mm Mortar 1,800m kept in reserve/storage.
United StatesSouth Korea KM-19 60mm Mortar Kia Machine Tool(now Hyundai Wia) /1970s 1,800m made under license
South Korea K-181 60mm Mortar 2,100[31] Kia Machine Tool(now Hyundai Wia)/since 1985 3,590m
United States M29 81mm Mortar 4,600m kept in reserve/storage.
United StatesSouth Korea KM29A1 81mm Mortar Kia Machine Tool(now Hyundai Wia) /1970s 4,600m made under license
South Korea KM-187 81mm Mortar Kia Machine Tool(now Hyundai Wia) /since 1996 6,300m
United StatesSouth Korea KM30 107 mm (4.2 in) 1,840 [32] Kia Machine Tool(now Hyundai Wia)/since 1980 5,650m made under license. Will be replaced by 120mm Mortar[33]


Field artillery[edit]

Howitzer Type In service Manufacturer/Produced Range Notes
United States M101 105mm Towed Howitzer 2,300+ Rock Island Arsenal/(1941~1953) HE 11.3km kept in reserve/storage.
United StatesSouth Korea KM101A1 105mm Towed Howitzer 700 Kia Machine Tool(now Hyundai Wia)/(1970s) HE 11.3km made under license
South Korea KH178 105mm Towed Howitzer 24 Kia Machine Tool(now Hyundai Wia)/(since 1984) HE 14.7km
RAP 18km
It wasn't produced in large numbers because too many (K)M101 in army
South Korea KH179 155mm Towed Howitzer Approximately 1,500[34] Kia Machine Tool(now Hyundai Wia)/(since 1983) HE 22km
RAP 30km
United States M114 155mm Towed Howitzer 850 Rock Island Arsenal/(1941~1953) HE 14.6km Kept in reserve/storage.

Self-propelled artillery[edit]

Equipment Type In service Manufacturer/Produced Notes
Artillery
United StatesSouth Korea K55/K55A1
(M109 howitzer)
155mm Self-Propelled Howitzer 1,040 Samsung Techwin/(1985~1997) M109A2 built under license by Samsung Techwin. All K55 will be upgraded to K55A1[35]
The Performance Improvement Program variant, K55A1, to closely match the US military's modernization of the M109A6 "Paladin"[36]
South Korea K9 Thunder 155mm Self-Propelled Howitzer More than 850[37] Samsung Techwin/ 1999~ Total More than 1200 will be delivered by 2019[38]
South Korea EVO-105 105mm Self-Propelled Howitzer 0(800) Samsung Techwin/2017~ M101 howitzer mounted on a truck[39]
United States M110 8 inch (203 mm) Self-Propelled Howitzer Phased-out 99 M110s in service from 1971 till 2008. Some in reserve/storage.
South Korea K281A1 81mm Self-Propelled Mortar Doosan K200 self-propelled mortar variant
South Korea K242A1 107mm Self-Propelled Mortar Doosan K200 self-propelled mortar variant
SwedenSouth Korea K532
(Bandvagn 206)
107mm Self-Propelled Mortar Kia Motors/1994~[19] made under license.
Derivatives
South Korea K56 ARV Ammunition Resupply Vehicle (700 planned)[40] Samsung Techwin/2013~[41] based on the K55 chassis.
South Korea K10 ARV Ammunition Resupply Vehicle 179 Samsung Techwin/2006~ based on the K9 chassis.
South Korea K77 FDCV Fire Direction Center Vehicle Samsung Techwin/1990s? based on the K55 chassis.


Rocket Artillery[edit]

Artillery Type Version Manufacturer/Deployment Maximum range Launch vehicle Quantity(Rocket) Notes
South Korea K136/A1 Kooryoung MRL K-30 (130 mm)[42]
K-33 (131 mm)[42]
Hanwha/1981~1987
Hanwha/1987~90s
23 km[42]
36 km[42]
156(Kia 5ton truck)[42] 140,000[42]
340,000[42]
United StatesSouth Korea M270 MLRS 227 mm M270[42]
227 mm M270A1[42]
Lockheed Martin/1998
Lockheed Martin/2008
32 km
45.5 km
58 27,684[42] Hanwha obtained the license to locally produce the 227mm M270 series rockets.[43]
South Korea Chunmoo MLRS 239 mm K-MLRS Hanwha/2014~ 80 km 70 planned - One vehicle can fit 130 mm and 239 mm rockets at once, can also fire 227 mm rockets for M270 compatibility, to replace K136.[44]

Air defense[edit]

The ROKAF Air Defence Artillery Command transferred from the Republic of Korea Army's air defense artillery and was established as a basic branch on 1 July 1991.[45] Following the establishment of the ROKAF Air Defence Artillery Command as a separate service in 1991, the army began to develop further its own air defense artillery assets (short range SAM, SPAAG and man-portable air-defense systems) in support of ground operations.

Name Type In service Deployment Notes
Towed Anti-Aircraft Gun
United States South Korea KM167A3 Vulcan 20mm Towed Vulcan ≈1,000[46][47] 1970s ~ 1980s[47] built in Korea under license by S&T Dynamics.[47]
SwitzerlandSouth Korea Oerlikon 35mm(GDF-003)[48] 35mm Towed Anti-Aircraft Gun 36[49] 1975[49] Uses Skyguard system, two guns linked to one radar
SPAAG
South Korea K263A1 Chungung 20mm Self-Propelled Vulcan 200 K200 self-propelled AAA variant
South Korea K30 Biho 30mm Self-Propelled Anti-Aircraft Gun 176[50]
Self-Propelled Surface-to-Air Missile System
FranceSouth Korea K-SAM Chunma Short-Range Self-Propelled SAM 120 Crotale NG system in indigenous design by LIG Nex1
MANPADS
United Kingdom Javelin[51] Man-Portable Air Defense System 100 launchers[52]
1,500 missiles[52]
1987[52]
France Mistral Man-Portable Air Defense System 406 launchers
2,760 missiles[53]
1991~1997[53]
Russia SA-16 Igla-1E Man-Portable Air Defense System 50 launchers[54]
750 missiles[54]
1996[54] Given by Russia as a partial payment of debts incurred during the Soviet era
South Korea Shingung (KP-SAM) Man-Portable Air Defense System 2005~ Under delivery, approximately 2,000 missiles will be fielded
United States FIM-92 Stinger Man-Portable Air Defense System Phased-out Transferred from War Reserve Stock for Allies - Korea (kept in reserve/storage)

Anti-tank weapons[edit]

Anti-tank weapon Type In service Notes
South Korea Hyungung(Raybolt)[55] Anti Tank Guided Missile (ATGM)
United States BGM-71 TOW TOW Missile
United States M40 106mm Recoilless Rifle
United States M67 90mm Man-Portable Recoilless Rifle
United States M72 LAW Man-Portable Unguided RPG
Germany Panzerfaust 3 Man-Portable Guided RPG
Russia Metis-M Man-Portable SACLOS Missile 226 Given by Russia as a partial payment of debts incurred during the Soviet era; SACLOS sighting device and 12,000 missiles were domestically produced by LIG Nex1[56]

Surface-to-surface missile[edit]

Missile Type Version Range(ROK official) CEP Deployment First seen in public In service Notes
South Korea Hyunmoo-1 Short-Range Ballistic Missile 1 180 km 1979? Armed Forces day 1987[57] 200[57] Kept in reserve/storage.[57]
South Korea Hyunmoo-2 Short-Range Ballistic Missile 2A
2B
2C
300 km
500 km
800 km
30~50m[57]
30~50m[57]
in development
2005[57]
2009[57]
?
2012[57]
2011[57]
-
000
South Korea Hyunmoo-3 Ground-Launched Cruise Missile 3A
3B
3C
500 km
1,000 km
1,500 km
1m GPS/INS/TERCOM[57] 2000s[57]
2006 [57]
2011[57]
2000s[57]
2009[57]
2013[57]
000
United States MGM-140 ATACMS Tactical Short-Range Ballistic Missile Block I
Block IA
165 km
300 km
2000
2004
111
110

Aircraft[edit]

The ROK army operates only rotary-wing aircraft since 1987[58]

Aircraft Type Version Deployment Quantity Notes
Rotary-wing
United States Bell Helicopter UH-1 Utility Transport UH-1H/N 1965~1978[59] 129[60]
United StatesSouth Korea Sikorsky Aircraft UH-60 Utility Transport UH-60P 1990~1999[59] 140[61] Built under license by Korean Air
United States Boeing CH-47 Chinook Heavy Transport CH-47D
CH-47DLR
1988~1998[59] 26
6
ROKA received a total of 27 CH-47D and 6 CH-47DLR[62]
FranceSouth Korea KAI KUH-1 Surion Utility Transport KUH-1 2012~ 48[63] (258 planned)[34] planned to replace the UH-1 and MD-500
United StatesSouth Korea MD Helicopters MD-500MD Light Attack
Light Attack
MD-500 Defender
MD-500 TOW Defender
1976~1988[59] 207
50
Built under license by Korean Air
United StatesSouth Korea Bell Helicopter AH-1 Cobra Attack AH-1F/S 1977~1991[59] 90[64] being upgraded [65]
GermanySouth Korea Messerschmitt Bo 105 Light Attack Bo 105CBS 1999~2000[59] 12 Built under license by KAI
EuropeSouth Korea Light Armed Helicopter (LAH) Light Attack Airbus H155[66] 2022~ planned to replace the MD-500[67]
United States AH-64 Apache Attack AH-64E Guardian 2016~2018[68] 0 36 on order[69][70]
UAVs
South Korea KAI Songgolmae Reconnaissance RQ-101 2001 4 corps
Israel IAI Searcher Reconnaissance Searcher II 2005[71] 2 corps
Israel Elbit Skylark Reconnaissance Skylark II 2009[72]
South Korea Ucon system RemoEye Reconnaissance Battalion-level(RemoEye 002,006) 2009[73] Standard-issue
Israel IAI Heron-1 Reconnaissance Heron-1 ~2015 0(3) On order[74]
South Korea Korean air KUS-DUAS Reconnaissance division-level 2015[75]

Military robots[edit]

Auxiliary systems[edit]

System Type In service Notes
United StatesSouth Korea KM138 Minelayer built by Samsung Techwin under license
United States M58 MICLIC Mine Clearing Line Charge

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