Postal codes in South Korea are 5-digit numeric, whose system newly introduced in August 1, 2015.  This list is incomplete ; you can help by expanding it .
The Korea Postal code system changed from a 6-digit postal code system to a 5-digit postal code system on August 1, 2015. While FedEx internally converted its system to the 5-digit postal code, customers were asked to continue use of the old 6-digit system for shipments to and from Korea.
Last year Korea went from their 6 digit postal code (e.g. 123-456) to a 5 digit postal code. Even though using the traditional postal code and addresses here is mainly used, many websites abroad are requiring you to enter this new 5 digit postal code when ordering from them.
Postal codes in South Korea are 5-digit numeric. A new system of post codes was introduced on August 1, 2015. References This postal system-related article is a stub. You can help ... This postal system-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.
Starting tomorrow, Korea will officially begin using a new 5-digit postal code system, replacing the older 6-digit ("3 dash 3" I used to call it) zip code system. Like the old system, the numbers that make up this 5-digit code have special geographic meaning.
South Korea government has announced that with effect from August 1, 2015, South Korea's existing 6-digit postal codes will be replaced with a new set of 5-digit postal codes. Please ensure that the new 5-digit postal code is used when scheduling a shipment to South Korea on and after August 1, 2015.
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Regulatory Update: South Korea Postal Code System Change: The New 5-digit Postal Code Requirement (April 4, 2016) March 24, 2016 Background Effective August 1, 2015, the Korean government changed its 6-digit postal code system to a 5-digit postal code system based on geographic features such as roads and rivers.
After more than a year since the last change, which has yet to actually take full affect because… people, the zip codes are now being overhauled. Instead of the three digit dash three digit, 111-111, zip codes, Korea is headed for the “simpler” five digit version. Here is the info to get you through the change: When is this happening?