Supreme Court of South Korea

Supreme Court Of South Korea

The Supreme Court of Korea is the highest court in South Korea. It is located in Seoul.

Articles 101–110 of the Constitution of the Republic of Korea establish the Supreme Court and enumerates its powers and responsibilities.

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