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Typically, the term “good administration” can be used on the series of administrative decisions on process included in the guidelines or regulations (not necessarily legally binding). It is carefully selected contingent concepts. This “good administration” has an abstract sense but this principle of good administration plays an important role in a specific rule or administration. At this point, “good administration” to the EU requires all its agencies and administrative activities to act appropriate to the guidelines. The principles of good administration in EU Law are important not only to memberstates but also to the organs of EU to ensure that EU citizens can protect their fundamental rights. In this paper, the notion of good administration examined regarding legality and compared case of the court of the European Union and work of EU-ombudsmen. From this idea we could understand the act of the European Commission, which aimed at improving the application of EU law. The deliberations of this paper focused on good administration of the European Union. One of the main purpose of the European Ombudsmen is, in the end, to secure that rights of citizens under EU law are absolutely protected. The purpose of this paper is to make clear the meaning of good administration of EU and to clarify our understanding of good administration in Korea. This paper is intended to be a informaiton, which will be legally reviewed, with the purpose of securing that it reflects containing good practice. We should understand the “good administration” of EU law in some way to ensuring fundamental rights of citizens. Recently the EU proposed a number of norms with the Lisbon Treaty 2009. This means, that the EU administrative law will have an aspects of constitutional law in the future. It demonstrates us how this concept of good administration are reflected in the “Guide to the obligations of officials and other servants of the European Parliament(Code of conduct)”. It shows EU law developments and we can look forward to derive its legal, binding developments in the future.