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When terminating the contract, submit the following documents to KEPCO branch office (by visit, mail or fax). There is no service charge for the termination, and KEPCO bears costs related to the removal of outside wiring.

In case the user is the building owner

  • Application for electricity use modification (KEPCO form)
  • Copy of the building management ledger or building register
  • Copy of the user´s ID card
  • Indoor wiring drawing or utilities modification specification (in case of termination; for private equipment customers only)

In case the user is not the building owner

  • Application for electricity use modification (KEPCO form)
  • Copy of the official lease contract
  • Copy of the user’s ID card
  • Indoor wiring drawing or utilities modification specification (in case of termination; for private equipment customers only).
  • Owner’s seal impression certificate (contract power of more than 6kW), copy of the owner’s ID card (for households consuming less than 5kW power)
  • Since the owner agreed to the usage of electricity under the user’s (lessee) name, while the user is using the electricity in the same area, the electricity use contract cannot be terminated without the consent of the user as a party to the contract. In case the owner applies for termination, however, he/she is deemed incapable of guaranteeing the electric charge payment; thus, the user should make the deposit for the electric charge to avoid contract termination.
  • Note
    A customer who wishes to reuse the electricity within 3 years after canceling the contract should pay not more than 50% of the basic charge (inclusive of a repower commission of KRW 8,800 during work hours, KRW 13,200 during off-work hours) and new construction cost. After 3 years from the date of termination, new construction cost should be paid to reuse the electricity. Household customers are advised to switch power off and automatically pay KRW200 (50% of the basic charge) monthly rather than terminate the contract even if they do not use electricity for a certain period.
  • In case the house is demolished according to the city plan, road extension work, redevelopment plan, etc., please notify us of the construction date (by phone, etc.). Our staff will then visit the site and remove the meter on the date of the scheduled demolition of the house and contract termination. In addition, customers requiring a termination certificate to claim compensation from the operating government office or the company should pay electric charges as of the termination date and request for a termination certificate by calling any KEPCO office.