Institute of International Commercial Law


Danielle Choi, Esq.
Pace University School of Law
Institute of International Commercial Law
Editor, CISG Project - South Korea

Welcome to the South Korea CISG database on Arbitration and other International Commercial Law materials. The CISG is the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods, the mercantile law of countries that account for two-thirds of global trade.

CISG text
Korean version

Oh, Won-Suk
Professor, Sungkyunkwan University


Lee, Ho-Sun
Professor, Kookmin University


Yun, Sung-Seung
Ajou University,
College of Law



       This database is produced by the Pace University School of Law’s Institute of International Commercial Law. The purposes of the Institute are to promote public understanding of International Commercial Law in South Korea, support and promote trade with South Korea within the CISG guidelines by providing background on the CISG as applied in South Korean courts, and to encourage scholars and practitioners to publish their works here to establish a publicly-available knowledge and opinion resource.

       The Institute provides a database on the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (Vienne Convention 1980) (CISG), on Arbitration as a method of dispute resolution, and on other International Commercial Law materials in English and Korean, in addition to issues of importance to neighboring East Asian nations.

       This database is complied by the submissions of many prominent scholars and legal practitioners in South Korea and is under the editorship of Danielle Choi, Esq. with the cooperation of the Institute of International Commercial Law at Pace University School of Law. (To add your article, book, or other work here, please contact Danielle Choi at:

This database is part of: The Internet autonomous network of CISG websites

Korean version of this site coming soon.