Busan office of the National Pension Service of Korea

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Helping out a fellow teacher, I called up the National Pension Service’s (NPS) Busan office and got a number for someone who speaks in English.  It’s 051.668.7042.  Also, the NPS also has a website with translation into English here: http://www.nps.or.kr/

UPDATE: Looks like the number for the Busan offices have changed after calling them recently.  They don’t have “fluent English speakers” from what I heard from the person speaking in Korean, but if you work near Seomyun, call 051.550.7556 and if you live near Dongrae, call 051.797.7024

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Filed under Advice, Busan stuff, Korea life, Work

2 responses to “Busan office of the National Pension Service of Korea

  1. Ruby Rosario

    Hello, I have been back to the states for about five months now and have still not received my pension. I have called the school and left messages. I have paperwork froving that I have pension and the amount of money that is owed from the office but I am unsure of how to go about getting it. Please help

  2. Sorry Ruby, but I’m not the Pension office. However, I understand how you feel and so that’s one of the reasons why I posted this. I know there are time differences, but you’ll definitely want to get a hold of them during their days instead of leaving messages probably when they aren’t available.

    You might be able to correspond with them via mail or email as well. Good luck.

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