I'm interested in applying to some jobs, however they (the potential employer) want me to provide a 경력증명서 (Certificate of Employment History). I don't mind doing the leg work to get one, but I don't really know what it is or where to get it. It's obvious to figure out what it is, but it still doesn't explain whether it is done by immigration, a consulate, or by individual employers writing letters stating your employment period.
Also, there is a hitch here. I left the country a few months ago because of a sick relative but I still have an E-2 visa and ARC card. Also, my previous employer has agreed that I can come back and finish my initial contract. That's all fine and well, but I won't be able to return until mid December and I'm guessing I probably need to be in Korea in person to pull this off. Any insights?
Any information would be helpful. I hope that a few others will benefit from this post as I'm sure it's becoming a more frequent question these days.