The Department of General Planning of the Ministry of Culture is composed of four divisions. Its functions include the following:
Researching, coordinating, and planning the Ministry of Culture's course of direction, chief initiatives, and keystone policies.
Collecting, analyzing, and evaluating information on domestic and foreign trends, initiatives, policies, and issues within the cultural sphere.
Tracking, managing, appraising, and reviewing the progress of the Ministry of Culture's mid- and long-term plans, yearly keystone policies, preparatory work, and the decisions made during high-level meetings.
Researching and revising the Ministry of Culture's legislation governing general and internal affairs.
Collecting, sorting, establishing, publishing, and promoting information on the scope of work involved with the Ministry of Culture's general and internal affairs.
Establishing and supervising the nation's foundations and public trust funds in relation to the cultural sphere.
Planning, evaluating, coordinating, rewarding, and promoting the integration of private cultural resources and the development of cross-sector human resources.
Fostering, managing, guiding, and rewarding cultural volunteers and the alternative military service cadets who choose to serve at the Ministry of Culture.
All public relations and media duties required by the Ministry of Culture.
All other general planning duties required by the Ministry of Culture.