K-water is a water-specialized public company in South Korea. Since its founding in 1967, K-water has played a leading role in securing safe water nationwide and ensuring water-oriented welfare for all people. K-water is also striving to cope with climate change, provide healthy and safe water, create new value for water, perform its social responsibility and resolve water-related issues around the world with its cutting-edge smart water management technology. In 2015, the National Drought Information-Analysis Center (NDIC) was established in K-water to prevent and alleviate droughts by supporting the establishment of national drought management policies, introducing a national drought early warning system, producing and sharing drought information, developing drought-related technologies, and providing international cooperation and educational services. By hosting the 2018 and 2019 International Drought Forum (IDF), K-water is also trying to reach a global consensus for national cooperation to cope with extreme drought caused by climate change.