Republic of Korea, a founding member of APEC, the World Trade Organization and the East Asia Summit, as well as a member of many other international organisations, is recognised as one of the world’s fastest growing economies and is a leader in the development of the IT industry

 It boasts high-speed internet services, a well-established manufacturing industry, and has achieved world-wide recognition in the production of quality memory chips, flat-panel display devices, such as the liquid-crystal display (LCD), plasma display panel (PDP), and mobile phones. Sprawling conglomerates play a vital role in South Korea’s economy.

KWM Korea CloudOffice was established based on our many years of experience in providing legal services to local and international enterprises. Our Korea CloudOffice team comprises lawyers and experts from various countries who are well-versed in Korean, Chinese and Western business, languages and cultures, and have rich experience in cross-border transactions. With the aid of technology, we are able to provide professional legal services over cloud* for clients in Korea and around the globe regardless of time differences and geographical constraints by utilising our global legal resources and expertise.

Drawing on our extensive cross-border experience, and committed to providing high-quality professional services, the Korea CloudOffice will help clients explore potential investment and trade opportunities between Korea and the rest of the world. Covering a wide range of industries including entertainment, manufacturing, healthcare, finance, heavy industry, education, gaming, and real estate, our team will provide corporate, banking & finance and securities and capital markets services to clients, supporting the economic and trade exchanges between Korea and the rest of the world.

*KWM Korea CloudOffice does not provide legal advice in relation to, or practise, Korean law in any form. Any legal services undertaken by KWM will be provided by one or more of the separate King & Wood Mallesons member firms as described in the Terms of use & legal notices and only in relation to the laws of jurisdictions in which the relevant member firm is licensed to practise.