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The current titleholder is Kim Ha-eun, Miss World Korea 2017.
In 1959, Hankook Ilbo sent first Miss World contestant who is represent Korea. On March 16, 2011, the president of Miss World Organization Julia Morley announced the newly launched Miss World Korea pageant. The president of Miss World Korea is Park Jeong-ah. Until 2010, Miss Korea would also select the representative to Miss World.
|Year||Miss World Korea||First Runner-up||Second Runner-up||Third Runner-up||Ref.|
|2011||Do Kyung-min||Kim Sung-min||Park Min-ji||Youn Ae-young|||
|2014||Song Hwa-young||Kim Min-ji||Jung Eun-ju, Jeong Mi-na||Tak Hui-jeong, Hong U-ri, Kim Su-min|||
|2015||Wang Hyun||Kim Jenny||Baek Ye-rim, Lee Do-won||Lee Elena, Ko Min-jeong, Ahn Jeong-yoon|||
|2016||Kim Ha-eun||Jeon Se-hwi||Lee Chae-hyong, Sun Kyung-yi||Lee Won-kyung, Choi Ju-young, Choi Bo-young|
The winner of Miss World Korea represents her country at Miss World. On occasion, when the winner does not qualify (due to age) for either contest, a runner-up is sent. Miss World Korea Organization sent Miss World Korea winner to Miss World in 2011.
|Year||Miss World Korea||Placement at Miss World||Special Awards|
|1959 - 2010 List of Representative for Miss World|
|2011||Do Kyung-min||Top 7||Miss World Beach Beauty (Top 20), Miss World Top Model (Top 10)|
|2016||Miriam Wang||Top 11|
|2017||Kim Ha-eun||Top 10||Miss World Top Model (Top 30)|
|2018||Ah Cho||Miss World Top Model (3rd Runner-up)|
| Miss World Korea
Miss World franchise holder of Korea