Emblem of the Ministry of Justice
|Formed||July 17, 1948|
|Jurisdiction||Government of South Korea|
|Headquarters||Building #1, Gwacheon Government Complex, Jungang-dong1, Gwacheon-si, Kyunggi-do, South Korea|
|Website||Official Ministry of Justice website in English|
Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Korea (abbreviated to MOJ) is a cabinet-level ministry overseeing justice affairs, headed by the Minister of Justice. It is responsible for prosecution, sentencing, immigration control, and the protection of human rights.
Established on July 17, 1948, the Ministry of Justice is the only ministry whose name has never been changed or altered in the history of the Republic of Korea.
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