The Army Contracting Command (ACC) is proud to be a part of the Republic of Korea's drive to be a world leader in technology. The Republic of Korea is among the world's largest economies and Americans are attracted to its hurry-up approach to economic development and its national quest for technological advancement.
A mixture of modern business practices with an ancient environment of temples and pagodas make the Republic of Korea an exciting place to work and live. Picturesque mountains, a beautiful, unspoiled environment, and all of the amenities required for a high-tech lifestyle make the country an enviable destination. The Republic of Korea is also a powerhouse in baseball, golf, and soccer, offering first-rate sports entertainment and outstanding golf courses.
The Republic of Korea is a wonderful place to live, work, and play, and you can look forward to a rewarding career experience with ACC in the Republic of Korea. A video highlighting the benefits of living and working in the Republic of Korea ("Welcome to Korea - Civilians") and other videos are available at the Army Yongsan website.
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Camp Humphreys is home to the Army's most active airfield in the Pacific and the center of the largest construction and transformation project in the U.S. Department of Defense's history.
Southern enduring hub for the U.S. Army in South Korea. Surrounded by beautiful mountains, Daegu is Korea's third largest city and nome to numerous cultural and natural amenities.
Famous for its colorful autumn leaves and skiiing at the Muji Ski Resort, Kunsan is a short drive to many hot springs and beautiful resorts.
A festive atmosphere beckons residents and tourists to the Shinjang Shopping Mall area, where artisans and shop owners cater to Americans shopping for custom-made clothing, leather goods, and other products.
Home to more than 21,000 Americans and their families, Yongsan offers spacious housing accommodations, five-star restaurants, new first-rate recreational centers, and spectacular access to Korean food and culture.