Jung Woo Lee Partner
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  • TEL 82 2 6182 8529
  • FAX 82 2 6003 7032
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Jung Woo Lee is a partner at Yoon & Yang LLC and his main practice areas are employment & labor, litigation, criminal law, real estate, construction, finance, and antitrust & competition.
Mr. Lee represents domestic and foreign corporations, including Hyundai Motor Group and its affiliates, Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering, and SK Telecom, in both advisory and litigation on ordinary wage, fixed-term worker, illegal dispatch, and improper transference cases. He also provides consulting services on collective labor relations with labor unions and defends clients in criminal cases in respect of improper labor practices, illegal dispatch, and the Occupational Safety & Health Act.


  • 2014-present Yoon & Yang LLC
  • 2023-present Member, Viewer Committee, CJ OnStyle
  • 2023-present Advisor, Herald Corporation Inc.
  • 2023-present Legal Counsel, Namdo News
  • 2013-14 Yulchon LLC
  • 2010-13 Publics Service Advocate (Litigation Division, Ministry of Justice)
  • 2010-11 Public Service Advocate (Gwangju High Prosecutor's Office)


  • 2010 Judicial Training and Research Institute
  • 2008 Seoul National University College of Law LL. B.

Representative Matters

[Consulting on Employment & Labor]

  • Consulting on lawful contracting for large corporations in shipbuilding and steel
  • Consulting on overall workplace matter including the working hours of foreign companies

[Advisory & Litigation on Disputes]

  • Disputes involving Hyundai Motor Group (Kia Motors, Hyundai Wia, Hyundai Mobis, Hyundai Special Steel), including ordinary wages, illegal dispatch, fixed-term workers, and industrial accidents
  • Disputes involving SK Telecom, including fixed-term workers, wages, unfair labor practices, unfair job change, and low performing workers
  • Disputes involving shipbuilding, steel, and railway companies, including ordinary wages, illegal dispatch, industrial accidents, layoffs, collective bargaining, collective agreements, and employment rules
  • Disputes involving financial companies, including ordinary wages, illegal dispatch, and labor unions
  • Disputes involving foreign companies, including working hours, wages, and collective bargaining