FAQ

  1. F What should I do if I have fallen victim to fraud over the Internet?
    • If you suspect that you have been the victim of fraud on the Internet, please contact the Cyber Crime Response Center or submit materials related to your case to the Civil Services Center of the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency.Please prepare a petition along with supporting materials to prove the damages you have suffered, such as the account number used for the fraudulent transaction.For a more detailed explanation, please visit a nearby police station.
  2. F How can I report the criminal acts of a foreigner, such as prostitution, human trafficking, and gambling?
    • If you have witnessed or are aware of crimes involving foreigners, such as prostitution, human trafficking, and gambling, please report them to the Cyber Police Agency, visit a nearby police station, or call 112.
  3. F What should I do to report a traffic-related inconvenience?
    • If you encounter any traffic-related inconveniences, such as bottlenecks, please submit a detailed report containing information on the location, time, and any other relevant details to the Cyber Police Agency, visit a nearby police station, or call 112.
  4. F How do I go about reporting an illegal immigrant?
    • The Immigration Office is in charge of all immigration-related matters, including illegal immigrants. Please make further inquiries via the Immigration Office website or by telephone.
  5. F What do I do if there is someone I need to find?
    • The police provide search services for family members only.Please understand that, under the Personal Information Protection Act, the police are not permitted to investigate people other than family members. If you would like to find a lost family member, please provide the following details:-Information about the family member (name, residence, last time you saw the person, etc.)-Information about you (name and date of birth)- Adoption certification documents (documents that were provided upon adoption)After gathering the above information, please send it to the Civil Services Center of the Seoul Metropolitan Policy Agency. For a more detailed explanation, please visit a nearby police station.
  6. F What do I do if my company has not paid the wages owed to me?
    • Wages in arrears refers to wages not paid by a company on a designated date or not paid in full.For all matters related to wages, you can file a complaint by visiting a nearby Civil Services Center of the local Employment and Labor Agency or via the Ministry of Employment and Labor website.If you would like to know more about this matter or need help finding the location of the local Employment and Labor Agency, please make a phone call to the relevant party.
  7. F How can I inquire about the criminal record of a foreigner?
    • If you visit a nearby policy station and provide a foreigner registration number, you may inquire about that foreigner’s criminal record. For a more detailed explanation, please call the Forensic Investigation Center of the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency.
  8. F How can I recover belongings that I have lost?
    • If you have lost one of your belongings, please visit a nearby police precinct/box or the Civil Services Center of a police station. In addition, you can search for any articles you may have lost at the Comprehensive Lost & Found Center of the local Police Agency. I. What are the criteria for punishing drunk driving?1. For a blood alcohol concentration (“BAC”) between 0.05% and 0.1%:- Criminal punishment: imprisonment of less than two years or a fine of less than KRW 5 million- Administrative punishment: suspension of driver’s license; however, upon the occurrence of an accident causing death, the driver’s license will be revoked 2. BAC of more than 0.1%:- Criminal punishment: imprisonment of less than two years or a fine of less than KRW 5 million- Administrative punishment: revocation of driver’s license ※ If you refuse to take a BAC test, you may be subject to criminal punishment, or your driver’s license may be revoked. If you are found guilty of drunk driving (with a BAC of more than 0.05%) on three or more occasions, your driver’s license.