|Founded||16 April 1969|
|Headquarters||Seoul and Busan, South Korea|
|Revised Romanization||Dong-won Saneop|
Dongwon Industries, Ltd. (Korean: 동원산업주식회사) is a South Korean seafood company headquartered in Seoul, South Korea. Founded by Kim Jae-chul in 1969, it is the main representative of the Dongwon chaebol, a family conglomerate comprising 15 affiliates. Dongwon is South Korea's largest fishing company and the owner of StarKist Tuna. Kim Nam-jung, the son of Kim Jae-chul, serves as the current chairman and CEO of Dongwon Group.
Korea Investment Holdings, one of Korea's largest financial companies, was a financial branch of Dongwon Chaebol. The firm is now owned and managed by Kim Nam-goo, another son of Kim Jae-chul and billionaire investor in Korea.
- ^ Park, Eun-jee (December 16, 2020). "Dongwon founder donates ￦50 billion to KAIST for AI study". Korea JoongAng Daily.
- ^ "S.Korea Dongwon to buy StarKist for $300 mln-paper". Reuters. Seoul. June 20, 2008.
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