Brief: Since the 1980s, Korea has gradually established and improved its own automotive product certification system with reference to the international typical automotive product management system. Since 2016, ATIC's Regulatory Research Department has been continuously tracking and researching Korean KMVSS, MOE, MOTIE and subsidy policies and regulations, and has formed a complete set of regulatory tracking solutions. We are able to provide one-stop services such as regulatory lists, regulatory translations, regulatory subscriptions and regulatory updates to ensure that domestic OEMs can quickly respond to changes in Korean regulations.
KOREAN AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCT CERTIFICATION
Korean automotive product certification includes mandatory certification (environmental certification, energy certification) and self-certification (KMVSS safety certification).The mandatory certification regulations stipulate that any vehicle entering the Korean market must pass the safety, environmental, and energy labels, which are regulated by the Ministry of Organic Land Transportation (MOLIT), the Ministry of Environmental Protection (MOE), and the Ministry of Trade, Industry, and Energy (MOTIE), respectively. For electric vehicles, they are required to pass a subsidy evaluation test supervised by the Ministry of Environmental Protection (MOE), and the MOE grants subsidies to those that pass the test, the amount of which varies according to policy.
For automotive parts entering the aftermarket, in addition to self-certification based on KMVSS and KC mark (products including auto glass, headlights, seat belts, brake pads, brake hoses, etc.), KC (Korea Certification) certification (products such as brake fluid, jacks, tires) regulated by the Ministry of Industry is also required. For in-vehicle communication devices, KC radio certification regulated by RRA (products such as wifi, 2g/3g/4g modules, Bluetooth keys, etc.) is required.
JUNE 2022 KOREAN REGULATORY UPDATES AT A GLANCE
This regulatory update involves a total of 9 articles, all of which are official regulatory updates, as follows:
Before update - old regulation number and version information
After update - new regulation number and version information
Enforcement Rules of the Air Conservation Act
MOE Ordinance No.985
MOE Ordinance No.992
Automobile Management Act
Enforcement Decree of the Automobile Management Act
Presidential Decree No.32056
Presidential Decree No.32790
Technical standards for wireless equipment for telecommunication business
RRA Notice No.2021-34
RRA Notice No.2022-13
Road traffic act
Road Traffic Act Enforcement Rules
MOPAS ordinance No.328
MOPAS ordinance No.341
Regulations on requirements, etc. for environmentally friendly vehicles
MOTIE Notice 2022-96
MOTIE Notice 2022-114
Customs Act Enforcement Decree
Presidential Decree No.32449
Presidential Decree No.32427
K-NCAP Test Specifications：
A BRIEF OVERVIEW OF THE HIGHLIGHTS OF THE JUNE 2022 KOREAN REGULATORY UPDATE:
Technical standards for wireless equipment for telecommunication businessRRA Notice No.2022-13:
A. Changed the term "Universal Subscriber Identification Module (USIM)" to "Subscriber Identification Module (SIM)" so that the built-in subscriber identification module (eSIM) of mobile communication terminals can also be used (Article 4 (3) subparagraph 4 (a), 4 Article 4 (4) 4 (g), 4 (5) 4 (g), 4 (8) 6 (f))
B. The output of the 3.5 GHz band mobile communication terminal (currently "200 mW or less") was revised to "400 mW or less" and the output regulation was revised so that even high-output terminals can be used in accordance with the ITU/3GPP international standard (Article 4, Paragraph 8) No. 6 B)
1) The adjacent channel leakage power ratio (currently "more than 30 dB") for the protection of adjacent channels was also revised to "more than 31 dB" to comply with the ITU/3GPP international standard (Article 4 (8) 6 (c))
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