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Offices of Government 정부 기관

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한국의 왕국
The Kingdom of Korea
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OFFICES OF GOVERNMENT
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Emblem of Korean Government

Government of Korea


The Government of Korea (Hangul: 한국 정부; Hanja: 韓國 政府; RR: Hanguk Jeongbu) is a centralized constitutional monarchy with the three primary branches of government; executive, legislative and judicial. The Taewang acts at the head of state and is the highest figure of authority in the country, followed by the prime minister and government ministers in decreasing order. The Executive and Legislative branches operate primarily at the national level, although various ministries in the executive branch also carry out local functions. Local governments are semi-autonomous and contain executive and legislative bodies of their own. The judicial branch operates at both the national and local levels. The Korean government's structure is determined by the Constitution of the Kingdom of Korea. As with most stable three-branch systems, a careful system of checks and balances is in place. For instance, the judges of the Constitutional Court are partially appointed by the Taewang and partially by the legislature and executive. Likewise, when a resolution of impeachment is passed by the legislature, it is sent to the judiciary for a final decision.

Click below for information on the respective branches


- THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH -

- THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH -

- THE JUDICIAL BRANCH -

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