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Sejong the Great Class LOA 545′ / 166.1 m TDISP 10,600 tons (3 active, 3 building) – AEGIS equipped. Currently this class has the heaviest VLS missile complement (VLS cells) of any comparable destroyer or cruiser class.
Chungmugong Yi Sun-sin class LOA 492′ / 150 m TDISP 5,500 tons (6 active) in service since 2003
Gwanggaeto the Great Class LOA 445′ / 135.6 m TDISP 3,900 tons (3 active) in service since 1998
Gearing Class DD LOA 390′ / 118.9 m TDISP 3,500 tons (98, 6 preserved, 2 in South Korea)
ROKS Kang Won DD-922 (1978-2000) formerly USS William R. Rush DD-714 (1945-1978) transferred to South Korean Navy. Museum ship until scrapped 2016. ROKS Jeong Buk DD-916 (1972-1999) formerly USS Everett F. Larson DD-830 (1945-1972) transferred to South Korean Navy. Museum ship at Gangneung Unification Park, South Korea.
ROKS Jeon Ju DD-925 (1981-1999) formerly USS Rogers DD-876 (1945-1980) transferred to Korea. Museum ship at SapKyoHo National Sightseeing Resort, located at Dangjin.