The 26th leadership of FKTU was elected.(President : Mr. KIM Juyoung / General Secretary : Mr. LEE Sunggeung)
The 25th leadership of FKTU was elected.(President : Mr. KIM Dong-man / General Secretary : Mr.LEE Boyung-kun)
The 24rd leadership of FKTU was elected.(President : Mr. MOON, Jin-kook / General Secretary : Mr. HAN, Kwang-ho)
The severance of policy ties with ruling Grand National Party and all-out struggles for the complete revision of labour Laws were declared at the Annual National Congress.
FKTU participated in the creation of Democratic United Party as a principle force.
Brother Lee, Yong Deuk was reelected as the 21th President of the FKTU
New FKTU Welfare Center was established in Yeouido
All-out struggles for protective legislation on non-regular workers were staged
Observing the first FKTU International Day of Mourning for the dead and injured by the industrial accidents.
A Joint May Day celebration was held by South and North Korean Trade Unions in Mt.Kumgang, North Korea, where around 1,000 unionsts attended.
FKTU contined to serve as a member of the ICFTU Executive Board.
The first official meeting between FKTU and the General Federation of Trade Unions(GFTU) of North Korea was held.
"A seminar on the role trade unions in the re-unification of Korean Peninsula" was held in Mt.Kumgang Jointly by South and North Korean Trade Unions
FKTU organized rallies against the clandestine revision of the labor-related laws which seriously undermined workers' rights and working conditions.
General strikes and mass rallies were organized against the retrogressive revision of labour laws.
FKTU Central Education Center re-opened with new buildings and facilities Yoju.
FKTU continued to serve as a meber of the ICFTU Executive Borad.
A series of nationwide labour struggles broke out to bring about epochal changes in Korean trade union movement.
Labor Welfare Center (no-frills consumers' markets) was founded and started business.
Under Martial Law, presidents of FKTU and 11 industrial federations as well as 191 union officers were dismissed, and 106 regional union branches were dismantled.
Industry-based union system was converted to enterprise-based one by labour law amendments.