Here are the entries in the KCC / MSIP database for the codes that you provided. According to the database site, KCC numbers are "now known as the Ministry of Science, ICT & Future Planning (MSIP)".
Here is the front page of the database if you need to do further searches:
Thank you so much for your reply.
I viewed your links and find below information.
Are the certifications of MSIP-REM-CPU-D415C(D415) and MSIP-REM-CRQ-VF0800(SR300) applied by Intel Corporation (Thailand) and Creative Technology Ltd.(China)?
I want the certifications of the two for my company. Like the below picture.
The SR300 was manufactured by Creative on behalf of Intel instead of Intel manufacturing it themselves, hence the difference in manufacturer names. . As far as I know, Creative has no involvement in manufacturing the 400 Series cameras.
I managed to dig up the English language website of Korea's National Radio Research Agency (RRA) that is referenced on the certificate image that you provided.
They are the agency that handles KC certificates. The image that you provided seems to be known as a Certificate of Conformity.
The regulatory information for RealSense cameras is contained in their data sheet documents. The regulatory information page for RealSense states that if a particular certificate is not in the camera's data sheet then the camera does not have that certificate. I could not dind any KC certification references.
For SR300, the regulatory information is on page 47 of its data sheet.
and page 90 for the 400 Series.
Further research found additional certification info for the D415, It seems to suggest that Korean certification is not part of the Declaration of Conformity required by law and is voluntary. It gives the Korean reference KN32, KN35 for the D415 product. I've attached a PDF of this information to this message in case the link does not load.
Edit: KN32 and KN35 are testing requirements, not certificate numbers.
As stated in the information posted above George's, Intel's regulatory statement about RealSense is that if a camera does not have a particular certificate listed in its data sheet document then the camera does not have that certification. The 400 Series cameras have been tested voluntarily to the Korean KN32 and KN35 standards for IT equipment. They apparently do not have a KC Mark or a Korean certificate of conformity though.
I researched the subject from the beginning again for an hour but did not find anything that contradicts the earlier findings listed earlier in this discussion, unfortunately.
Korean standards align with international standards, so it may be the case that the other international certifications possessed by RealSense products are sufficient for import into Korea. Indeed, the Intel Click online store can ship SR300 and 400 Series cameras directly to South Korea.