KOREAN

Provincial Associations

ESTABLISHMENT OF MEMBER ASSOCIATIONS

  • Korea Paralympic Committee(KPC), by law Art 54 (Establishment of member associations)
  • KPC can have its member associations in other cities, provinces and abroad to perform its duties.

MAIN FUNCTIONS

  • Decide fundamental policies on sports for people with impairments in each region
  • Develop and supervise respective associations and sports associations for people with impairments
  • Encourage people with impairments to participate in sports activities by hosting or supporting Sports for All festivals
  • Train and dispatch sports teams to Korea Paralympic Games
  • Conduct researches on sports for people with impairments and spread sports in suburb areas.
  • Develop sports instructors for people with impairments
  • Develop special schools and physical education for people with impairments
  • Establish and manage sports facilities

OFFICE ORGANIZATION

  • Secretary general is appointed by the president in agreement with the governing board.
  • Structure, organization, and duties are different from cities and provinces

17 Provincial Affiliated Associations

  • Seoul (www.ssad.or.kr )
  • Busan (www.bsad.or.kr)
  • Incheon (www.i-sports.or.kr)
  • Daejeon (www.djsad.or.kr)
  • Daegu (www.dasad.or.kr)
  • Gwangju (www.gjsad.or.kr)
  • Ulsan (www.ulsad.or.kr)
  • Sejong (www.sjsad.or.kr)
  • Gyeonggi Province (www.ggsad.or.kr)
  • Gangwon Province (www.gwsad.or.kr)
  • Chungcheongbuk Province (www.cbsad.or.kr)
  • Chungcheongnam Province (www.cnsad.or.kr)
  • Jeollabuk Province (www.cnsad.or.kr)
  • Jeollanam Province (www.jbsad.or.kr)
  • Gyeongsangbuk Province (www.gbsad.or.kr)
  • Gyeongsangnam Province (www.gnsad.or.kr)
  • Jeju Province (www.jesad.or.kr)