How to file e-People petitions -South Korea’s official government online petition

The e-People petition is the South Korean government’s official petition site and your petition will receive a response from the Korean government. Anyone from all countries can file a petition using the e-People petition.

✅ Need to check the status of your e-People petition or received an email that “Your petition has been processed completely”? Click HERE for the instructions.

But I am not Korean and I don’t live in Korea, can I still file e-People petition?

Here is how to file an e-People petition. Please use it to speak up for the voiceless dogs and cats in Korea. Please follow the easy steps below. Thank you!


Click the petition link: 👉


On this page, please click “Application Petition” as below. “My Petition” is for checking the status of the application you already filed.


Scroll down to click “File petition”.


Complete ONLY the required fields with an asterisk (*).

📌 DO NOT try to fill in Tel No., Mobile Phone and Fax No. fields as they are NOT required.

If you don’t feel comfortable about using your home address, feel free to use our PO Box address instead:
PO Box 60191
Sunnyvale, CA 94088 USA

📌 If you get an error message “Invalid domain address”, please check how you entered your email address in the form and correct it.

Don’t know what to write?
✍ Click HERE for the suggested message to the Korean government in English.
✍ Click HERE for the suggested message to the Korean government in Korean.


Click “Submit” and it is done! No further action is required from you. 👍🙏
If you would like to check the response from the Korean government and submit your satisfaction survey, go to step 6 below.


You will receive status update emails from the e-People. When you received the email “[e-People]Your petition has been processed completely.” or “[민원알림] 귀하께서 신청하신 민원에 대한 답변이 등록되었습니다.”, then, log on to e-People to see the response to your petition.
Click HERE for instruction on what to do next.

✊ Ready to get started? Click HERE to start filing e-People petitions TODAY!

Thank you for caring and taking action! 🐶🙏🐕🐱😔🧡

  1. Tallia Fierro
    Tallia FierroJune 24,20

    This site can’t be reached
    When I click the link this is all I get.’s DNS address could not be found. Diagnosing the problem.

  2. Angela Kinsey-Foden
    Angela Kinsey-FodenJune 24,20

    To the Korean government please stop the abuse and horrific cruelty of murdering innocent cats and dogs. There is no need for this to are a modern country stop hanging on to outdated cruel practices.

  3. NB
    NBJune 25,20

    Thanks (finally makes some sense) but why not map the title and contents across automatically?

  4. Margaret Irving
    Margaret IrvingJune 25,20

    To fthe zzzkorean

    To the Korean government. Please stop this horriffic killing of dogs and cats. Some of them are stollen from homes, Try patting their head and you will be amazed how sweet they are. They are DOMESTIC PETS not LIVESTOCK. pLEASE STOP THIS HEART BREAKING PRACTICE.

  5. Fernand MARTIN
    Fernand MARTINJune 30,20

    I’ve just been able to file my petition following the steps you outline above.

    • team teamJune 30,20

      Thank you, thank you!! Keep filing more please.

  6. roberta riva
    roberta rivaJune 30,20

    Impossible. At the end there apper the following words: “Invalid domain address”

    • team teamJune 30,20

      Dear Roberta, would you be so kind to send us screenshot of what you see so we can try to help you?
      Our email is:
      Thank you!

  7. Lisa Fewtrell
    Lisa FewtrellJune 30,20

    Epeople petition done x

    • team teamJune 30,20

      Dear Lisa,
      You are the best! Thank you so much and keep filing please!

  8. Gabrielle Deustua Hochmuth
    Gabrielle Deustua HochmuthJune 30,20

    Hello everbody,
    I have tried 3-4 times to fill up this petiton but whatever i tried it din’t work…even following each step carefully. Can someone help please, i really want these dog murders to stop for ever.

  9. Helene Desiree Jørgensen
    Helene Desiree JørgensenJuly 2,20

    What title are we gonna use and what content? Thank you so much

  10. Andrea Burmann
    Andrea BurmannJuly 7,20

    It won’t let me submit without first entering a fax number which I do not have

    • team teamJuly 7,20

      Dear Andrea,
      Fax number is not required so you should be able to leave that blank.
      Please only fill in the required field with asterisk (*).
      Thank you!

  11. Ellen Reznick
    Ellen ReznickJuly 8,20

    I wrote a petition and when I tried to submit, I got a message that it is an invalid domain address and to try again. I simply used the link so I don’t understand how it could be the wrong domain address.

    • team teamJuly 8,20

      Dear Ellen,
      Can you please try again and if you see the error again, can you please send us the screenshot? We will try to help you.
      Our email is: [email protected].
      Thank you!!

  12. Sharon Hopkins
    Sharon HopkinsJuly 9,20

    I tried to complete your petition form but was asked about an attachment – what attachment? !! Also when I tried to submit (without an attachment) a message came up saying Invalid Domain address. I don’t have a fax No either ! Why can’t you show an example of how to complete one of these forms. I noticed that a lot people were unable to and found them confusing and not user-friendly. They also had the same message flag up when they tried to submit. L=Many people are unable to complete these forms as they are too confusing and complicated – I am not very computer literate either ! I want to help the Korean dogs as much as I can.

    I have demonstrated outside the Chinese embassy in London against Yulin and have also demonstrated outside the Korean embassy in London years ago.

    Can you show a screenshot of how it should be done for people like me, unless you simplify this form then people will give up and not bother and then the dogs will suffer more ! Thank you.

  13. Dean Grice
    Dean GriceJuly 11,20

    please stop the evil treatment of all animals

  14. Maria Lategola
    Maria LategolaJuly 16,20

    Instead of sooo many e mails to click. It s better just 1 letter and with 1 click you can send to all….

  15. shirley cooksley
    shirley cooksleyJuly 24,20

    I can see lots of caring people having trouble completing this form!! The email details are a bit confusing but once you see the problem it looks obvious. Enter your email name in the 1st box, there is an ‘@’ THEN ENTER the rest of your email details in the 2nd box. Submit and hey presto!!! Good luck.

  16. Sarah Ratcliffe
    Sarah RatcliffeJuly 27,20

    The fact that your country continues to consume dog and cat meat it absolutely abhorrent. Your country should never be considered an advanced society when they lack the compassion and moral compass that make an advanced society. These people are barbaric in nature.

  17. sharon gooding
    sharon goodingJuly 29,20

    I followed the above instructions which made signing the e-People Petition so easy. Thank you.

  18. Rose Brooks
    Rose BrooksSeptember 6,20

    I have spent many hours trying to sign these. I’m desperate to help but it is not as easy as you make out! I hate having to give up. Can you give a complete sample, from beginning to end- using symbols or something instead of names, which we will, of course use.

  19. Adeline Wong
    Adeline WongSeptember 19,20

    Managed to file petitions following your instructions. I used the title , e.g. “Seoul Mapo-gu, Shut down the illegal dog meat farms, slaughterhouses, markets and restaurants” and copied and pasted the korean version of the petition letter.

    • team teamSeptember 19,20

      That’s awesome! Thank you, Adeline!

  20. Maria
    MariaSeptember 27,20

    The page says
    The following people can file a petition with the [Multilingual Petition Service] of the e-People service:

    Overseas Koreans
    Foreigners living in Korea

    Maybe that’s why they ignore me?

    • team teamSeptember 27,20

      Dear Maria,
      They are not supposed to ignore you.
      Have you not receive any response for your e-People petition? Please check your spam folder to make sure their emails didn’t end up there. Please file another e-People petition asking them to respond to you.

      ***But I am not Korean and I don’t live in Korea, can I still file e-People petition?
      Yes, you can and you should.
      The e-People site states, “Available everywhere in the world, e-People will take the lead in creating a new Korea by resolving even trivial complaints after listening closely to the voice of the people and accepting their creative ideas positively.”
      It also states, “The following people can file a petition with the [Multilingual Petition Service] of the e-People service:
      Overseas Koreans
      Foreigners living in Korea”

      This means that these two categories of petitioners can use the petition forms in the languages listed at the top of the petition page. This does not mean that only the “Overseas Koreans” and the “Foreigners living in Korea” are eligible to file petitions on e-people.

      I have filed about 3,000 petitions on e-People in the past several years. I am a U.S. citizen and live in California. I had received responses to most of my petitions on e-people, even if the majority of the responses did not provide resolutions that I wanted.

      The e-People petition is the most effective way to protest against any issues involving Korea, including the dog and cat meat cruelty, so please continue to file the e-People petitions. Thank you!

      • Maria
        MariaSeptember 28,20

        Thank you for such a detailed answer. Of several attempts the last is the only one looking properly handled (yet). The previous president’s administration just ignored me, they just didn’t respond (though letters came that it was filed successfully). But to hell with them, they were corrupt. In the new President times they either respond with some weird “site admin” comments or transfer the petition to some body and in the same minute return it as untranslatable (though it was in Korean and English that time! The text was taken from this site), or just nothing happens, and I switched to emailing various people, but none of them responded (campare – Sen John McCain responded in one day!).
        However, I’ll file more. We must not be something they can easily get rid of. To be precise – it must become easier to get rid of dog traders than from us.

  21. Brent C Harknett
    Brent C HarknettSeptember 28,20

    I am getting the error “Invalid Domain address please check and enter agai”
    Here is the url –

    • team teamSeptember 28,20

      Dear Brent,
      Thank you for taking action!!
      If you get an error message “Invalid domain address”, please check how you entered your email address in the form and correct it.

  22. Marty
    MartySeptember 28,20

    I think what I will do, is just call the Korean embassy until they stop. Do they even look at our petitions? Take action!

    • Maria
      MariaSeptember 29,20

      I think both ways are good. The embassy better realizes the risk of customer boycott, but it can take time before the critical mass of incomung calls and letters will make them notify the Government in Korea. It’s better to use all the possible ways. And, to my understanding, if there is a specific city or district name in the title of the petition, they forward it to the local authorities who are exactly those who can do what we want of them – e.g. close specific farms or markets. And the embassy can only act on a larger scale, notifying the government that dog meat is a problem in general. Thus, one way is important for closing specific businesses, and the other – for building pressure to pass a total ban on dog meat.

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