Republic of Korea Corvettes and Patrol Vessels
Pohang Class Corvette LOA 290′ / 88.4 m TDISP 1,200 tons (14 active, 9 retired, 2 preserved, 1 sunk)
ROKS Pohang PCC-756 (1984 – 2009) Museum Ship at Pohang
ROKS Cheonan PCC-772 (1989-2010) Sunk by an apparent North Korean submarine-launched torpedo with the loss of 46 sailors. The major sections of the wreck were later raised, taken to Pyeongtaek naval base and investigated. The wreck is now on display as a memorial exhibit.
Donghae Class corvette LOA 256′ / 78 m TDISP 1,100 tons (4, 3 retired and disposed of, 1 transferred to Colombia, service 1983-2011)
ROKS Anyang PCC-755 (1983-2011) transferred to Colombia, ARC Nariño CM-55 (2014)
Yoon Youngha Class Patrol Vessel LOA 207′ / 63.1 m TDISP 570′ (19 active, 4 building) one variant is smaller
Chamsuri Class PKM “Patrol Killer Medium” LOA 121′ / 36.9 m TDISP 170 tons (75, all retired, also exported, service from 1978-ca.2014)
PKM-285 (1978-ca. 2014) Preserved as museum ship, out of water, at Seoul Battleship Park since 2018.
PKM-301 / replica of PKM-357 preserved at War Memorial of Korea, Seoul since installation in 2010. PKM-301 has been modified to replicate the battle damage PKM-357 suffered at the Second Battle of Yeonpyeong, June 2002, while fighting against North Korean naval units.