To register a two-wheeled vehicle, you are asked to bring the required documents to the Transportation Administration Division of the Gu (District) or Gun (County) office, or Eup or Myeon (Village) or Dong Community Service Center (in Gijang-gun and Gangseo-gu) responsible for your neighborhood.
|Taking out insurance after preparing required documents||Documents required for Purchase of a New Vehicle: Liability
Insurance Policy, New Product Certificate of the two-wheeled
vehicle or Import License or other documents proving it has been
imported (only in case of imported two-wheeled vehicles), ID Card,
For Purchase of a Used Vehicle with a number: Liability Insurance Policy, Sales Agreement, Certificate of Seller's Seal Impression, Use Report Certificate
For Purchase of a Used Vehicle with no number: Liability Insurance Policy, Sales Agreement, Use Discontinuation Certificate
|Filling out Use Report Form||Fill out the Use Report Form, which is prepared at the relevant District Office or Eup or Myeon or Dong Community Service Center (in Gijang-gun and Gangseo-gu). Then, submit it along with other required documents to the official in charge.|
|Registration Tax, Acquisition Tax, License Plate and Seal Charge||Pay registration tax, acquisition tax, license plate and seal charges to the official in charge, and receive Use Report Certificate|
|License Plate Attachment and Completion||All procedures will have been completed when the license plate is finally attached to the vehicle. Always carry the Use Report Certificate.|
According to the revision of the Automobile Management Act, the registration of two-wheeled vehicles with an engine capacity of less than 50cc which were purchased before January 1, 2012 is now required by June 30, 2012. Any such two-wheeled vehicles purchased after January 1, 2012 require immediate registration before being ridden.
Any change of address or change in owner's name needs to be reported within 15 days (Article 48 of the Automobile Management Act).
When a transfer of ownership has taken place, it needs to be reported to the District Office, or Eup or Myeon or Dong Community Service Center (in Gijang-gun and Gangseo-gu) responsible for the neighborhood where you live.