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Project Lead: Jongsoo Yoon
Until 2008 the CC project in the Korean jurisdiction had been initiated and led by the team of volunteers at KAFIL (Korea Association for Info-Media Law), the leading law association for information law issues in Korea. With the aim to broaden and improve the management of project activities, KAFIL decided to separate the team of volunteers into an independent legal entity and let the new entity take over the CC jurisdiction project.
Consequently, the Creative Commons Korea Association (CC Korea) was founded in January, 2009. As a not-for-profit incorporated association, CC Korea started its activities as the official CC project team in Korea. CC Korea consists of various individuals and corporation members. They will reach decisions for CC Korea through general meetings regarding key management issues. The members also have an obligation to make financial contributions to maintain and run CC Korea. In particular, individual members can be a member of the board or voluntary staff. As of 2009, about thirty to forty voluntary staff with various backgrounds, such as lawyers, students, artists, professors, businessmen and so on, are taking part in many projects to promote open culture including spreading CC in Korea.
Korea Association for Infomedia Law (KAFIL)
KAFIL was found in 1996 by distinguished leadership of Judge Chan-Hyun Hwang. KAFIL is an abbreviation of Korea Association for Info-Media Law, so it has focused on information law issues. KAFIL is unique especially in its member composition. The majority of regular member is judges and public prosecutors. So, it has situated itself as the leading law association in Korea bridging academicians and legal professionals. KAFIL has operated annual symposium schedule usually in June, and three other academic seminars annually. Also, it has held case study workshops on bimonthly basis which has been a hot debatable forum among legal professionals. KAFIL also published its own law journal on biannual basis.
For more information about KAFIL, visit http://www.kafil.or.kr/
Network with various artists
Make it easier to use CCL content by upgrading 'Let's CC' ('Let's CC is a CCL content search service, http://eng.letscc.net)
Continue to push ahead with various projects in multiple fields
Promote friendly relations with public and private sectors
Need more effort
Still not enough financial self-reliance although it is continually increasing
Need to attract more individual & corporate members
Relatively limited involvement of volunteers
Expanding Role / Social Influence / Branding / Usability
Expanding Networks / Sustainability / Volunteer Projects
1. Expanding Role & Social Influence
Expanding the role and capacity to influence the private sector as well as the public sector.
Strengthening the role of CCL as the infrastructure for the culture, business, education and public service.
In order to achieve this, building and expanding networks are crucial.
Identifying representative projects to spread CC's mission and promote CC Korea's image
3. Increase in Understanding and Usability
Correcting portal users' misunderstandings on CCL
Making it easier to understand what CCL is and how to use it.
Improving the usability of CCL by providing useful platforms
Lecture conference project similar to TED that shares artists' experiences and their creative works
Improve CC's public image towards positive branding
Strengthen relationships and networks with artists
Tumblbug, Korea Arts Management Service, Seoul Foundation for Arts and Culture
Gov 2.0 Projects
Gov 2.0 Forum: An expert forum on the issue of gov 2.0, aimed to serve a leading role in this movement in the private sector
Mash-up Camp: Camp-based event where developers create web service or app by using and mashing up PSI
Create productive results among Gov 2.0 projects and draw attention
Help make the outcome included in the next Government's main strategies
Venture Square, Seoul City, Ministry of public administration and security, NHN, Daum, Google
Organize specialized forum with experts in various fields including legal, education and business.
Post articles on blog regularly or on BLOTER.NET 
Actively engage in related issues through the forum
Increased social influence of CCK by expanding its role and capacity
More support from expert groups
Apr 2012 to Dec 2012
CC Salon in Seoul
Regular offline talk on creator networks, CCL case studies, and volunteer projects
Share information and promote networking
Increase network by regular gathering
Positive branding effect
4 times in 2012
"Let's CC" Upgrade
Multi-language support, Open source
Import API provided by additional search engines including domestic search engines
Bookmarklet service for collection of ccl'd content
Improve the relevance of search results
Improve the usability of CCL and increase understanding of CCL
Korea Copyright Commission
Necessity of independent and sustainable volunteer-based projects
Overcome the limits of voluntary projects
Financial support to self-driven 1 project per 1 person
Separate projects by interests and activities
CC Youth Project, Becoming Creator Project (developing Mobile Apps),
Global Reporter Projects, Mimi & Eunice Cartoon Translation