Hyundai E&C, one of the most respected corporate citizens in Korea, is carrying out a wider variety of corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs ranging from cultural properties protection to support for the underprivileged in a third country. On April 4, a ceremony was held in Changdeokgung Palace to revive the waterway of the Geumcheon stream under the Geumcheon Bridge, Treasure No. 1762, under the support of Korea’s primary builder. About 30 participants including Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Choe Kwang-shik, Administrator of Cultural Heritage Administration (CHA) Kim Chan and Hyundai E&C CEO Jung Soohyun cheered when the beautiful waterway was revived during the ceremony which was performed as part of the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the CHA and the “One Company One Heritage Project.” Hyundai E&C has been active in protecting cultural properties by executing the programs titled “Guarding Changdeokgung Palace and Euireung” since July 2005 when the company entered into an agreement, the One Company One Heritage Project, with the CHA. Meanwhile, Hyundai E&C is building a community center in San Isidro in the Philippines with the fund its executives and staff members started collecting in 2009. After the groundbreaking ceremony in September 2011, 55 percent of the construction was completed. The scheduled community center will feature a job training center for day workers, a medical center for the medical treatment of local residents and a care center for children education.