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Service (Dae Tong Ryeong Gyeong Ho Shil), or PSS for short, is a
South Korean close protection agency. Based on the United States
Secret Service, the South Korean PSS is an independent agency
responsible for the protection of the President of South Korea and
the Blue House. The unit is currently being commanded by Yom Sang
Guk, 12th chief officer of the PSS. Its headquarters and related
support units are based near the Blue House. The PSS had been
established in 1949 as the Kyong Mu Dae Presidential Security
Police. Its name soon changed in 1960 to the Blue House
Presidential Police with a Security Force raised in 1961 to closely
guard Park Chung Hee. The unit had a name change again, this time
to the PSS, after the PSS Law 157 had passed in 1963 with Hong Jong
Chul as its first chief under the direction of the Gyeongmundae
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