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Imagine the Possibilities:
Advanced & Business - friendly. 

South Korea has grown rapidly in recent years to become a country with a technologically-advanced and industrialised economic environment. As Korea’s economy continues to expand, it can be challenging to keep up with its changing regulations. Let i-Admin’s extensive experience in providing quality and compliant payroll services, allow you to deliver timely payments and run your business without worry.

Here's what we offer in South Korea

  • Payroll Outsourcing 

  • Custodial & Lodgement 

  • HR Administration 

  • Adminbook 

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South Korea
Statutory Filings

Medical Insurance contributions

Employment Insurance contribution

Workers’ Compensation Insurance contribution
National Pension contribution

Maternity leave Declaration

Childcare leave Declaration

Foreign employee social insurance setup

South Korea
Tax Filings

Income Tax

Residence Tax

Year-end settlement

Quarterly Tax Declaration for

daily-paid employees

Foreign employee tax processing

Annual Leave Entitlement in South Korea


Public Holidays


Leave Days
(Based on service length) 

Replacement days off must be given if an employee is asked to work on public holidays. The South Korea Labor Standards Act states 15 leave days as the minimum for employees who have served for at least 80% of the year. Annual leave is not legally required for businesses that have less than 5 employees.

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