Geostationary Ocean Color Imager (GOCI), the world-first ocean remote sensing instrument on geostationary Communication, Ocean, Meteorological Satellite (COMS), will be able to take a picture of a large region several times a day (almost with every one hour interval). We, KORDI, are in charge for developing the GOCI data processing system (GDPS) which is the basic software for processing the data from GOCI. The GDPS will be based on windows operating system to produce the GOCI level 2 data products (useful for oceanographic environmental analysis) automatically in real-time mode. Also, the GDPS will be a user-interactive program by well-organized graphical user interfaces for data processing and visualization. Its products will be the chlorophyll concentration, amount of total suspended sediments (TSS), colored dissolved organic matters (CDOM) and red tide from water leaving radiance or remote sensing reflectance. In addition, the GDPS will be able to produce daily products such as water current vector, primary productivity, water quality categorization, vegetation index, using individual observation data composed from several subscenes provided by GOCI for each slit within the target area. The resulting GOCI level 2 data will be disseminated through LRIT using satellite dissemination system and through online request and download systems. This software is carefully designed and implemented, and will be tested by sub-contractual company until the end of this year. It will need to be updated in effect with respect to new/improved algorithms and the calibration/ validation activities.