Taxes in Korea are divided into national taxes collected by the central government (income tax, corporate tax, inheritance tax, education tax, etc.), and local taxes collected by local governments (acquisition tax, registration tax, Resident tax, car tax, property tax, etc.).
- Foreigners residing in Korea must pay taxes.
- Methods of tax payment
- upon receiving the tax notification, taxes can be paid at any financial institutions such as a bank or the Post Offices.
- Automatic transfer and credit card payment is convenient.
The 5 Gu Offices in Daejeon
|Dong-gu||Gao-dong Dong-gu Cheong-ro 147||http://www.donggu.go.kr||251-4114|
|Jung-gu||499-1, Daeheung-dong, Jung-gu||http://www.djjunggu.go.kr||606-6114|
|Seo-gu||1300, Dunsan-dong, Seo-gu||http://www.seogu.go.kr||288-2114|
|Yuseong-gu||109, Noeun-dong, Yuseong-gu||http://www.yuseong.go.kr||611-2114|
|Daeduk-gu||520, Ojeong-dong, Daeduk-gu)||http://www.daedeok.go.kr||608-6114|