S. Carolina and Korea agree to recognize driving licenses in both territories

July 25, 2014

South Carolina

Kevin Shwedo, right, executive director of the South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), and Kim He-beom, Atlanta Consul General of South Korea, left, shake hands after reaching an agreement to acknowledge driving licenses in both territories, at DMV headquarters, Blythewood, SC, this week. The agreement will allow Koreans to gain state licenses without having to sit through written or practical examinations. The state will only require necessary documents and payment of commission fees. (Yonhap)

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