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I intended to study a comparative research with respect to disciplinary and other discriminations between the public sector and the private sector. Conclusions are as follows: First, the guarantee of the public servant's status is provided in our constitution, article 7. The disciplinary and other discriminative treatments to the public servants, however, can be taken to maintain internal order in public official society. By the way, at the same time, these treatments can not be justified always. Here the appeal procedure is provided by the Government Official Act or the local Government Official Act to recover the public servant's rights from the disciplinary and other disadvantage treatments. In another way, the dismissal of the employee by its employer is restricted by the Labor Standards Act. Second, kinds of the disciplinary and other disadvantage treatments against the public servants are provided in law concerned, but those of employees in the private sector are provided in the rules of employment which employer makes etc. An agreement or opinion of the disciplinary committee is required to dismiss the public servants by the appointer, but it is not required in the case of the employees in the private sector. Third, the judging institution for the public servant is established within a same public organization. But in the case of the employee in the private sector, the judging institution for the employee is established in an independent organization, and is also operated independently. Finally, a legal status of the public servant is more advantage than that of the employee in the private sector in the case of disciplinary and other disadvantage treatments, Because the disciplinary and other disadvantage treatments are regulated by the law strictly. Employees in the private sector, however, are more advantage than that of the public servant in the appeal procedure, because the judging institution for employees in the private sector is an independent organization, and it has also a reconciliation process as well as judgement.