Articles of

Association

Chapter 1. General Provisions

Article 1 (Name)

J-Institute

Article 2 (Business Operator)

National Tax Service of Republic of Korea 「493-92-00207」.

Article 3 (Purpose)

Support researchers with the goal of contributing to humanity and society through academics.

Article 4 (Address)

It shall be the business registration address belonging to the Republic of Korea.

Article 5 (Role)

  • 1. Member: Admission Researcher
  • 2. Secretary General: J-institute Comprehensive office work management
  • 3. General Manager: Businessman that communicate with J-institute

Article 6 (Obligations)

Perform services in accordance with 「Article 3」 and comply with 「Articles of Association」 and 「Business Ethics」.

Article 7 (Dismissal)

The evaluation of Secretary General, General Manager is evaluated by the representative based on member satisfaction, and 50% If the above is not satisfied, the partnership and contract will be terminated.

Chapter 2. Members

Article 8(Qualifications)

A member shall be a person who has completed the following membership procedures.

  • 1. Submission of application form for admission
  • 2. Examination of membership
  • 3. Payment of membership fee
  • 4. Completion of admission

Article 9 (Types)

The types of members of Association are as follows.

  • 1. Life member (the membership is to be given during life)
  • 2. Family member (the membership is to be given during relevant year)

Article 10 (Right)

Members can receive academic services from J-institute.

Article 11 (Check)

Members can check the website. (www.j-institute.org).

Article 12 (Withdrawal)

The member desiring to withdraw from the Association may withdraw from membership by submitting a withdrawal form to Association.

Chapter 3. Secretary General

Article 13 (Qualification)

Secretary General An individual who has completed the following procedures.

  • 1. Job Professionalism Test
  • 2. Business adjustment
  • 3. Contract completion

Article 14 (Obligation)

Secretary General has the following duties.

  • 1. The work must reach a high level of perfection
  • 2. Such duties shall be completed in the least amount of time
  • 3. Any details of such duties shall be kept secret
  • 4. The outcome of such duties shall be discarded after being provided to the client and shall not be retained for any reason

Article 15 (Right)

J-INSTITUTE certifies the expertise of Secretary General and provides information of Secretary General to members.

Article 16 (Period)

The partnership with the Secretary General shall be 5 year. However, it can be extended.

Chapter 4. General Manager

Article 17 (Qualification)

General Manager An individual who has completed the following procedures.

  • 1. Job Professionalism Test
  • 2. Business adjustment
  • 3. Contract completion

Article 18 (Obligation)

Secretary General has the following duties.

  • 1. The work must reach a high level of perfection
  • 2. Such duties shall be completed in the least amount of time
  • 3. Any details of such duties shall be kept secret
  • 4. The outcome of such duties shall be discarded after being provided to the client and shall not be retained for any reason

Article 19 (Right)

J-INSTITUTE entrusts the parts necessary for work to the General Manager.

Article 20 (Period)

The partnership with the General Manager shall be one year. However, it can be extended.

Chapter 5. General members meeting (GMM)

Article 21 (Constitution and Roles)

It consists of the CEO and 10 members, and the following matters are resolved.

  • 1. Matters concerning changes to the Articles of Association
  • 2. Matters related to the Secretary General
  • 3. Matters related to the General Manager
  • 4. Matters related to major business plans
  • 5. Other highlights

Article 22 (Convening of Meeting)

GMM shall be convened as follows.

  • 1. GMM shall be classified into ordinary GMM and extraordinary GMM and the representative shall convene the meetings
  • 2. In convening GMM, the representative shall give a notice stating the agenda of meeting to the officers by sending e-mails which have been registered while joining membership at least 10 days prior to holding of such meeting
  • 3. Ordinary GMMs shall be held once each year: Provided that the schedule of GMM may be adjusted by a resolution of GMM)
  • 4. Extraordinary GMMs may be convened if the representative recognizes as necessary or more than 1/3 of auditors or officers request

Article 23 (Resolution)

Any resolution of GMM shall be adopted by the affirmative votes of more than 2/3 of officers present at the meeting. Provided that such votes shall represent at least two third (2/3)of total number of directors of Association.

Chapter 6. Accounting

Article 24 (Profits)

Expenses and remuneration shall be appropriated by the following profits from the businesses of Association.

  • 1. Profits from businesses
  • 2. Membership fee
  • 3. Donation

Article 25 (Remuneration)

The rules for remuneration are as follows.

  • 1. Secretary General: Fixed salary and bonuses
  • 2. General Manager: Amount adjusted by contract

Article 26 (Fiscal Year)

The fiscal year of Association shall be from the 1st day of January to the 31st day of December each year.

Supplementary Provisions

Article 1 (Establishment Date)

These AOA shall come into effect from the 1st day of January, 2021.
Articles of Association

Code of

Business Ethics

Chapter 1. General Provisions

Article 1 (Purpose)

This code (the “Code”) is aims to establish a sound academic culture by stipulating work ethics.

Article 2 (Target of Application)

This Code shall apply to Secretary General, General Manager.

Chapter 2. Secretariat Ethics

Article 3 (Reception)

Reception ethics are as follows.

  • 1. Conduct ethically judged tasks that are judged to be capable of providing professional information to members
  • 2. Confidentiality is strictly maintained with respect to all personal information of members related to business
  • 3. Must objectively calculate the manpower, equipment, difficulty, etc. actually used in your work and claim the cost

Article 4 (Task)

The work ethic is as follows.

  • 1. Cannot share the contents of your work with anyone
  • 2. When preparing a report based on the collected information, Plagiarism, Forgery, and Alteration must be identified
  • (1) ’Plagiarism’ means an intentional or negligent act including and providing a report without clearly indicating the sources including disclosed information
  • (2) ‘Forgery’ means an act making a report by making falsely any fact or material which does not exist
  • (3) ‘Alteration’ means an act distorting the result of gathering evidence by providing or omitting the result of investigation differently from the facts

Chapter 3. Education of Business Ethics

Article 5 (Composition)

The representative shall conduct education of business ethics in order to establish the matters of business ethics.

Article 6 (Target)

The target of this education shall Secretary General, General Manager.

Article 7 (Interval)

Education shall be conducted once each year on a regular basis and follow the way of education as follows.

  • 1. Offline courses
  • 2. Online courses
  • 3. Distribution of educational materials

Chapter 4. Constitution of Commission for Examination of Business Ethics

Article 8 (Constitution)

The commission (the “Commission”) for examination of business ethics shall be constituted as follows.

  • 1. The CEO of Commission shall be the representative of Association
  • 2. 10 members selected by the CEO

Article 9 (Function)

The functions of Commission shall be as follows.

  • 1. Disciplinary measures to be taken for officers’ violation of business ethics
  • 2. Matters of securing business ethicality
  • 3. Matters of process of investigation and information collection
  • 4. Matters of prevention of unlawful acts and punishment
  • 5. Other matters of business ethics

Chapter 5. Rules of Commission for Examination of Business Ethics

Article 10 (Report of Informant)

  • 1. Any report of informant related to officer’s act violating business ethics shall be made through telephone call, in writing and email under the real name of Association
  • 2. If substantial suspicion on business ethics exists in the course of handling the duties of officers, the Commission shall conduct an investigation

Article 11 (Authority and Responsibility)

  • 1. The Commission may request informant, examinee, or testifier to attend and submit materials in the course of investigation
  • 2. Any examinee rejecting to attend or submit without justifiable reason may be deemed to recognize the fact of suspicion
  • 3. The Commission may take reasonable measures in order to prevent any loss, damage, concealment or alteration of record of materials and evidence
  • 4. The members of Commission shall keep all the matters related to deliberation secret

Article 12 (Attendance and Submission of Materials)

  • 1. The Commission may request informant, examinee, or testifier to attend for making statements and such examinee shall respond thereto
  • 2. The Commission may request an examinee to submit materials and the examinee shall submit requested materials

Article 13 (Protection and Confidentiality for Informant and Examinee)

  • 1. The Commission shall not divulge, directly or indirectly, any identity of informant and be careful to ensure that the reputation or right of examinee will not be infringed until the verification whether it is a wrongful act or not is completed
  • 2. Any and all the matters of investigation shall be kept secret and any person participating in such investigation shall not publicly announce or disclose any information acquired in the course of performing the investigation and duties: Provided that, if necessary for disclosure thereof, such information may be disclosed by a resolution of the Commission

Article 14 (Handling of Wrongful Act of Business Ethics)

  • 1. If any wrongful act is reported or recognized, the Commission shall conduct proper investigation and treatment for such suspicion
  • 2. Any person who is directly concerned with examinee shall not be engaged in the deliberation, resolution and investigation of the Commission
  • 3. The result and report of investigation on wrongful act shall be retained for 1 year from the time when the treatment ends

Article 15 (Guarantee of Opportunity of Objection and Explanation)

The Commission shall provide the examinee subject to suspicion of business ethics violation with sufficient opportunity for raising objection and explanation.

Article 16 (Follow-up Measures)

  • 1. If any wrongful act is identified and found, the following follow-up measures shall be taken
    • Sending the result of investigation to the examinee
    • Filing a claim for damage in civil case if substantial damage is incurred
    • Giving a notice for the report which has been already provided to the client
  • 2. The Commission may disqualify or accuse any person who intentionally or grossly negligently either gives a false information or spreads false fact related to business ethics

Article 17 (Re-investigation)

Any examinee or informant objecting to the decision of Commission may request in writing the Commission to conduct re-investigation within 14 days from the date of receipt of the notice as set forth in Clause Article 12 hereof.

Article 18 (Follow-up Measures such as Recovery of Reputation)

If any alleged wrongful act of business ethics is found as free from suspicion, the Commission shall make its best effort in restoring the reputation of examinee and take proper follow-up measures.

Article 19 (Retention and Disclosure of Record)

  • 1. Any record related to investigation shall be retained for 1 year from the date when such investigation ends
  • 2. The result after decision shall be publicly noticed to the examinee and members of Commission

Article 20 (Resolution)

Any resolution of the Commission shall be adopted by the affirmative votes of 2/3 of total members of Commission.

Supplementary Provisions

Article 1 (Execution Date)

This Code shall be executed from the 1st day of January , 2021.
Code of Business Ethics

OUR TEAM IS COMPRISED OF

GENUINELY GIFTED MINDS

CEO / Creative Director

Sunggu Jo

Introduction

He Founded J-INSTITUTE in June 2015 and Has Continued to this Day.

Now Realizing the Innovative Value of J-INSTITUTE as a Creative Director as well as a CEO.

Journal articles

  1. The Problems and Improvement Measures of Protection for Politician. Journal of Korea Security Science Association. 22: 169-196. 2010. 3
  2. Development of Chinese Security Service and Its Assignments. Journal of Korean Public Police and Security Studies. 7(4): 319-338. 2011. 2
  3. The Methods to Develop Operating Private Security in Large Event Halls. The Korea Association of Police Science. 13(1): 3-31. 2011. 2
  4. The Challenges of the Court Security Team. The Journal of Korean Association Security and Safety. 7(1): 137-160. 2011. 5
  5. Participation Types of Private Security Guards in Leisure Activities and the Effect of Leisure Constraint on Life Quality. Journal of The Society of Disaster Information. 7(2): 161-171. 2011. 6.
  6. A Qualitative Research on Establishment of Department of Private Investigation and Its Future Direction. Journal of Korea Security Science Association. 28: 181-205. 2011. 9
  7. Qualitative Research on the Necessity of Establishing Private Security Principles. Journal of Korean Public Police and Security Studies. 8(3): 161-179. 2011. 11
  8. The Utilization of Retired Police Officers in the Field of Private Investigation. Journal of Police Science Institute. 25 (2): 267-288. 2011. 12
  9. Issues of Security Measure for Election Candidates. Journal of Korea Security Science Association. 11(1): 205-232. 2012. 2
  10. A Study on the Establish Direction of the Private Investigation Act. The Korea Association of Police Science. 14(2): 241-267. 2012. 4
  11. A Study on the Psychological State of the Security Subjects of National Guard. Journal of Korea Security Science Association. 31: 73-100. 2012. 6
  12. A study on the Psychological Investigation and Security Techniques of National Guard. The Journal of Korean Association Security and Safety. 8(1): 55-82. 2012. 6
  13. A Study on the Public Security Service Techniques of Select the Type. Korean Review of Crisis and Emergency Management. 8(5): 185-202. 2012. 10
  14. Ability Differences Among Members of Public Security Agencies Work. Journal of Korea Security Science Association. 11(4): 1-22. 2012. 11
  15. The Cause of an Increasing Number of Private Investigator Agencies and the Subsequent Issues. Journal of Korea Security Science Association. 11(3): 247-270. 2012. 8
  16. The Study on the Necessity for Workforce Pool in the Private Guard Sector. Journal of Korean Public Police and Security Studies. 9(2): 97-119. 2012. 8
  17. A Smart Security Equipment and An application for Sexual Offense Prevent GPS device. Journal of Korea Security Science Association. 33: 27-49. 2012. 12
  18. The Influence that the Introduction of the Private Investigative Job Affects to the National Public Peace. Korean Review of Crisis and Emergency Management. 9(2): 33-48. 2013. 2
  19. President Roh Moo-hyun Died : Secret of Subjects Means that the Psychological State . Korean Review of Crisis and Emergency Management. 9(5): 71-86. 2013. 5
  20. Secret of the Dilemma: Constable and Principles of the Subjects Indicated. Journal of Korea SecurityScience Association. 12(2): 237-260. 2013. 5
  21. 50 Years of Presidential Security Limits and Reflection. Journal of Korean Public Police and Security Studies. 10(1): 165-188. 2013. 5
  22. Delayed Introduction of Private Investigation and Direction. The Korea Association of Police Science. 15(4): 181-201. 2013. 8
  23. The Importance of Private Investigation Education, Status and Direction. Korean Review of Crisis and Emergency Management. 9(8): 67-86. 2013. 8
  24. Investigate Ways to Promote the Professionalism of Private Domestic Market. Kyungwoon University Institute of Social Sciences. 19: 416-432. 2013. 8
  25. Main Work and Scope of Domestic Private Investigation Company. Journal of Korean Public Police and Security Studies. 10(3): 141-162. 2013. 11
  26. Study on the Security Officials in the Study of the Working Environment and Education. Journal of Korea Security Science Association. 33: 247-268. 2013. 12
  27. President of the Psychological Approach and Operating System Security. Journal of Korean Association for Crisis and Emergency Management. 5(2): 66-74. 2013. 12
  28. Restructuring of the Organization, and the Korea National Security Conversion Techniques. Journal of Korea Security Science Association. 13(1): 271-298. 2014. 2
  29. Set the Direction of the Competent Authorities of the Private Investigation Business. Korean Review of Crisis and Emergency Management. 10(3): 25-39. 2014. 3
  30. Legislation of Private Investigation institutions: 「Private Security Act」 Discussion of Revisions Effectively. Korean Police Studies Review. 13(1): 169-192. 2014. 3
  31. A Study on level of Understanding of Workers in Large Private Security Companies to Private Investigation Institutions. Journal of Korea Security Science Association. 13(2): 233-258. 2014. 5
  32. A Study on Difference between Private Security and Private Investigation. Journal of Korea Security Science Association. 39: 295-317. 2014. 6
  33. A Study on the Private Security Industry Private Investigation Institutions Influence. Korean Review of Crisis and Emergency Management. 10(8): 15-27. 2014. 8
  34. Smart Security, Need for Security Equipment Development. Journal of Korea Security Science Association. 13(3): 443-462. 2014. 8
  35. A study on Introduction to Private Investigation Systemand Direction through predicting demand. Korean Review of Crisis and Emergency Management. 10(12): 305-320. 2014. 12
  36. The Study on Domestic Flight Attendants is View of Security Awareness and Crisis Management Capacity of In-Flight Security Officers. Journal of Korean Public Police and Security Studies. 11(3): 141-162. 2014. 11
  37. A Study on a Duty Model of an Industrial Security-type Private Investigator. Korean Journal of Industrial Security. 4(2): 173-203. 2014. 12
  38. The Legal Status and Training of Aircraft Security Personnel. Korean Review of Crisis and Emergency Management. 11(4): 141-154. 2015. 4
  39. A study on Introduction of Private Investigation System Through Amending 「Security Services Industry Act」. Legislation and Policy Studies. 7(1): 5-26. 2015. 4
  40. The Study on the Domestic Adoption of the Air Marshal System in the U.S.A. Journal of Korea Security Science Association. 14(2): 53-74. 2015. 5
  41. Wearable Device in Security. International Journal of Security and Its Applications. 9(6). 2015. 6
  42. An Effort for Legislation of Detective System in South Korea. Advanced Science and Technology Letters Advanced Science and Technology Letters. 96: 76-83. 2015. 6
  43. Discussion of the Necessities of Introducing the Private Investigation Business in Korea. International Journal of Business Policy and Strategy Management. 2(1): 1-14. 2015
  44. The Recognition of Koreans in Air Terrorism and Crime Outbreaks in Northeast Asia. International Journal of Criminal Study. 1(1): 14-19. 2016. 6
  45. Development and Prospect of Private Security Service in Accordance with the Economic Growth of China: Comparative Study on Republic of Korea and China. International Journal of Crisis & Safety. 1(1): 8-12. 2016. 6
  46. Human Disaster the Personnel System of the Security Organization in Republic of Korea Casinos. International Journal of Human & Disaster. 1(1): 1-5. 2016. 6
  47. China's Economic Growth and the Role of Criminal Justice Agency: A Comparison Between Ministry of Public Security of the People’s Republic of China and the National Police Agency of Korea. International Journal of Justice & Law. 1(1): 12-17. 2016. 6
  48. Factors of Job Satisfaction in Members Republic of Korea National Intelligence Organizations: Focusing on Police Intelligence Agency. International Journal of Police and Policing. 1(1): 10-19. 2016. 6
  49. A Reserch for Judo Usability as a Martial Art in the Security Service Organization in Republic of Korea Concentrating Upon Te-Waza and Koshi-Waza. International Journal of Sport. 1(2): 24-31. 2016. 12
  50. North Korea’s Cyber Attsck Terror Cases and Cyber Capabilities and Current State of Affairs of North Korea’s Cyber Terror Force. International Journal of Military Affairs. 1(2): 28-37. 2016.12
  51. Study on Guard Organization in Korea and Usability of Judo as Guarding Martial Arts Based on Ashi-waza and Ura-nage. International Journal of Martial Arts. 1(2): 27-37. 2016-12
  52. Search of Security Level of National Industrial Complex in Republic of Korea Focusing on Gumi Area. International Journal of Protection, Security & Investigation. 1(2): 23-29. 2016.12
  53. Protection Security Organizations of the ROK: A Comparative Study of Presidential Security Service and National Policy Agency. International Journal of Military Affairs. 2(1): 18-23. 2017.6
  54. Establishment of Private Investigation ServiceSupervising Authority: National Police Agency, Ministry of Justice, and National Intelligence Service. Journal of Korean Public Police and Security Studies. 14(1): 93-114. 2017. 6
  55. Korea's Security and Public Order Policy: Why Does Korea Need a Detective System?. International Journal of Criminal Study. 2(2): 6-10. 2017. 12
  56. Response of Korean Private Security against North Korean Cyber Terrorism. International Journal of Protection, Security & Investigation. 2(2): 11-14. 2017. 12
  57. In Times of Crisis: Exploring the Utilization of Judo Techniques by the Korean Youth. International Journal of Martial Arts. 2(2): 19-24. 2017. 12
  58. Korea's National Security and Anti-Terrorism Strategy -The Cases of Key Figure Assassination and the Direction of Protection Security Activities-. Korean Police Studies Review. 17(2): 169-196. 2018. 6
  59. The Policies of South Korea's Counter Intelligence Agency on North Korea's Espionage Activities in South Korea. International Journal of Protection, Security & Investigation. 3(2): 30-35. 2018. 12
  60. The United Nation's Response Strategy for North Korea's Denuclearization. International Journal of Military Affairs. 3(2): 20-28. 2018. 12
  61. Changes in Security Environment Following Crimes of Leaking the Republic of Korea's Industrial Technologies and Directions for Introducing Detective System. International Journal of Police and Policing. 3(2): 35-42. 2018. 12
  62. A Critical Review of the Transfer of Presidential Security Work to the Police. Journal of Korea Security Science Association. 58: 177-194. 2019.2
  63. The Islamic State’s Terrorism and the Safety of Korea and Japan. International Journal of Protection, Security & Investigation. 4(1): 26-36. 2019.6
  64. Amendments to the 「National Intelligence Service Act」 and National Security. Journal of Korean Public Police and Security Studies. 16(2): 139-156. 2018.8
  65. The Role of Technology in Facilitating, Connecting, and Ending Cybercrime, Drug Trafficking, and Money Laundering. International Journal of Terrorism & National Security. 4(2): 23-33. 2019.12
  66. A Comparative Analysis of Volunteer Officers from the United States and the United Kingdom. International Journal of Police and Policing. 4(2): 37-42. 2019.12
  67. Moral Teacher and Immoral School: A Case of Chinese School. Robotics & AI Ethics. 4(2): 1-5. 2019.12
  68. Sense of Justice in Chinese Labor. Public Value. 4(2): 7-11. 2019.12
  69. Terrorism CRISIS on Northeast Asia. International Journal of Crisis & Safety. 5(1): 35-42. 2020.3
  70. A Study on the Application Changes of Judo Techniques Depending on the Winning Experience and being Selected Experience as a Representative Player. International Journal of Martial Arts. 5(1): 14-25. 2020.3
  71. The Effects of Taekwondo Training on the Leadership Skills and Community Spirit of Middle School Girls. International Journal of Martial Arts. 5(1): 39-47. 2020.3
  72. A Study on Canada’s Response Systems for Terrorism and Emerging Trends. International Journal of Terrorism & National Security. 5(1): 13-24. 2020.6
  73. Cases and Countermeasure of Indiscriminate Terrorism. International Journal of Terrorism & National Security. 5(1): 25-31. 2020.6
  74. A Critical Evaluation to Justice War Theory and Alternative Way. International Journal of Military Affairs. 5(1): 13-19. 2020.6
  75. CPTED Cases and Policy Proposals for Safe Cities. International Journal of Police and Policing. 5(1): 39-46. 2020.6
  76. A Study on Industrial Spy Activities and the Role of Private Investigators. Journal of Korean Public Police and Security Studies. 17(3): 209-228. 2020.8
  77. A Study on the Relationship between Detective's Working Experience Period and Public Service Life Experience with the Experience of Detecting Industrial Technology Outflow. Korean Police Studies Review. 19(3):257-274. 2020.9
  78. Relationship between the Duration of the Marriage and the Intent to Maintain Marriage on the Causes and Consequences of Violence in Multicultural Families in Korea. Public Value. 5(2): 49-58. 2020.9
  79. The Relationship of Gender and Age to the Causes and Results of Violence in Muiticuliural Families in Korea. International Journal of Crisis & Safety. 5(2): 38-46. 2020.9
  80. Differences in Leaders' Followership in the Korean Security Police Organization According to Gender and Age. International Journal of Police and Policing. 5(2): 24-34. 2020. 12
  81. Security Agency: Differences in Leaders' Followership in the Korean Security Police Organization According to the Educational Background and Employment Paths. International Journal of Terrorism & National Security. 5(2): 12-26. 2020. 12
  82. National Security Differences in Leaders' Followership in the Korean Security Police Organization According to the Number of Police Officers and Work Location. International Journal of Terrorism & National Security. 5(2): 27-39. 2020. 12
  83. National Police: Differences in Leaders’ Followership According to the Total Length of Service as a Police Officer and the Length of Service at the Security Department. International Journal of Military Affairs. 5(2): 9-23. 2020.12
  84. Self-Protection Sport: An Analysis of the Connection between the Experience of Winning a Competition and the Experience of Being Selected as a Representative Player of Middle and High School and College Judo Players. Protection Convergence. 5(2): 27-37. 2020.12
  85. Analysis on Difference in the Importance of Attack and Defense Techniques of Judo Players in Middle and High Schools and Universities. International Journal of Martial Arts. 6(1): 20-34. 2021.3
  86. Verification of Differences Between the Number of Employees in the Organization and the Service locations on the Stress of the Korean Security Police. International Journal of Terrorism & National Security. 6(1): 34-44. 2021.3
  87. Verification of Difference in Empowerment of Police Officers in Security Department in Republic of Korea by Their Academic Background and Employment Route. Regulations. 6(1): 10-23. 2021.3
  88. A Study on Role Conflict of Korean Security Police -Focusing on Working Period-. Regulations. 6(1): 43-54. 2021.3
  89. Police Stress by Gender and Age. Regulations. 6(2): 20-27. 2021.6
  90. Human & Disaster: The Stress of Police Officers In Respect to Educational Background and Employment Path. International Journal of Human & Disaster. 6(2): 11-20. 2021.6
  91. Comparative Analysis of Offensive Skills According to Gender and Grade of Judo Athletes in Middle, High, and University. Kinesiology. 6(2): 19-30. 2021.6
  92. North Korean Refugees Safety: South Korean Security Police to Verify the Difference in Empowerment, Working Periods. International Journal of Crisis & Safety. 6(3): 21-33. 2021.9
  93. The Effect of the Youth's Generativity Following Their Participation in Martial Arts Training on Social Adaptation and Social Happiness. International Journal of Martial Arts. 6(3): 34-44. 2021.9
  94. A Training Model for Effective Response Against Fatal Attachs -With a Focus on the National Police Job Manual-. International Journal of Military Affairs. 6(3): 8-21. 2021.9
  95. The Korean Security Police's Perception towards North Korean Refugees: Gender and Age. International Journal of Military Affairs. 6(3): 22-34. 2021.9
  96. North Korean Refugees: Empowerment by the Police's Gender and Age. International Journal of Terrorism & National Security. 6(3): 17-26. 2021.9
  97. The Effect of the Sports Coaches' Professionalism on Ethical Sensitivity and Guiding Belief. Kinesiology. 6(3): 23-35. 2021.9
  98. An Analysis of the Utilization of Offensive and Defensive Techniques According to the Judo Athlete's Career. Kinesiology. 6(3): 60-71. 2021.9
  99. Analysis of the Use of Defense Techniques of Korean Judo Athletes According to their Gender and Grade. International Journal of Martial Arts. 6(4): 53-66. 2021.12
  100. Crisis of Kim Jong-Un Regime of North Korea and the Safety of North Korean Defectors: An Analysis of Job Involvement of the South Korean Security Police. International Journal of Crisis & Safety. 7(1): 80-90. 2022.3
  101. The Impact of the Fans' Sympathetic Understanding of Sports Stars on the Attractiveness and Emotional Reaction. Protection Convergence. 7(1): 95-106. 2022.3
  102. The Effect of the Leader's View of Education Perceived by Taekwondo Practitioners on the Emotional Reaction and Educational Impact. International Journal of Martial Arts. 7(1): 47-57. 2022.3
  103. The Relationship between the Sense of Creation, Social Adaptation, and the Feeling of Happiness Via Spectating Sports Events. Kinesiology. 7(1): 75-89. 2022.3
  104. Regulation of North Korean Defectors: Validation of the Differences in Perception according to the Total Period of Service as Police and the Security and Service Period of the South Korean Security Police. Regulations. 7(1): 75-89. 2022.3
  105. The Impact of the Internal Marketing of Sports Center on the Customer Orientedness and Market Orientedness. Regulations. 7(1): 90-100. 2022.3
  106. Perspective towards North Korean Defectors according to the Educational Background, Rank, and Job Acquisition Path of South Korean Security Police Protecting North Korean Defectors. International Journal of Terrorism & National Security. 7(1): 42-60. 2022.3
  107. New Duties of Intelligence Agency in Response to the Pandemic of COVID-19. International Journal of Terrorism & National Security. 7(1): 81-90. 2022.3
  108. The Increased Defection of North Koreans Following the Collapse of the Market Economy Due to the Kim Jong-Un Regime’s Military Reinforcement. International Journal of Military Affairs. 7(1): 75-85. 2022.3
  109. Instability of the North Korean Regime and the Residents' Defection: A Plan for Enhancing the Capacity of Security Police for Their Settlement in South Korea -With a Focus on the Rank of the Security Police's Department of Service-. International Journal of Military Affairs. 7(1): 86-96. 2022.3
  110. Human Rights Issues in North Korea and the Residents’ Defection: An Analysis of Job Involvement according to the Period of Service of the South Korean Security Police. International Journal of Human & Disaster. 7(1): 88-96. 2022.3
  111. A Study on the Adaptation to the South Korean Society for the Survival of the North Korean Defectors: With a Focus on Job Satisfaction according to the Period of Service of the South Korean Security Police. Public Value. 7(1): 81-93. 2022.3
  112. The Impact of Professional Sports' SNS Related Marketing Activities on the Confidence in Club and the Intention to Watch. Public Value. 7(1): 103-112. 2022.3
Secretary General

Inae Jeong

Introduction

She has been Appointed as the Secretary General of J-INSTITUTE from September 2021, and is in Charge of General Affairs.

Not only is she Responsible for the Overall Process of Review,

She is Maintain Contact with Manuscript Proofreading General Manager, Website Engineering General Manager and J-INSTITUTE Members.

Also Strives to Satisfy the Diverse Opinions of Her Members, Contributing to the Realization of High-Level Academic Values.

About us!