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How can I find out if there are any outstanding fines on my car?

To see if you have any outstanding fines, you create an ID at the government website (http://etax.seoul.go.kr).  Choose the English option and proceed with an ID creation.
NOTE: You will first need a sign-in certificate (the one used for on-line banking meaning you will also have to download Active-X) in order to create an ID. That done, simply sign-in. You can check for outstanding fines and if there are any, pay them on-line through this website.

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