Top 6 Public Corporations That Korean College Students Want to Work For in 2023

Why Do Korean College Students Would Like to Work at the Incheon International Airport Corporation?

Reasons that college students would like to work at the Incheon International Airport Corporation are : Feeling proud to work for the company (21.6%), the company’s reputation as a leader in its industry and community (18%), and appropriate wage and compensation (15.3%).

At the Incheon International Airport, a full-time position begins with a beginning pay of about 47.2 million Korean Won (approx. 36,500 USD)

Incheon Airport Corporation

Contribute to the development of the national economy through the efficient construction, management and operation of the Incheon International Airport.

2. Korea Electric Power Corporation

In charge of ‘energy transformation’ and digitization of Korea.

To protect both safety and the environment, the corporation produces more clean electricity.

3. Korail

Korea Railways (KORAIL) operates the Korea Train eXpress (KTX), the world’s fifth high-speed railway that connect all parts of Korea and contribute to the balanced development of the country.


KOMSCO continually advances anti-counterfeiting technology while reliably producing and supplying national security products including money and securities of Korea.

5. KEPCO Engineering & Construction

KEPCO is a world-class company with comprehensive nuclear power plant design and reactor system design technologies, including the Korean standard nuclear power plant OPR1000, the internationally competitive next-generation nuclear power plant APR1400, and SMART, a small and medium-sized nuclear power plant.

6. Korea Expressway Corporation

Starting with the Gyeongbu Expressway in 1969, the public corporation Korea Expressway Corporation, which specializes in road transportation, has been constructing expressways all throughout Korea.

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