Work engagement has been discussed in terms of a wide array of organizational policies, practices, and outcomes. This study focuses on the multicultural aspect of work engagement and its relationship with leadership practices. This work investigates the mediating effect of power distance to explain the relationship between job satisfaction and work engagement in the Korean-invested factories in Indonesia. A total of 217 cases were collected from two Korean for-profit organizations. Regression analysis was used along with basic descriptive analysis to examine the structural relationships and the mediating effect among the constructs. Results found power distance to be a statistically significant construct that has negative impact on employees` work engagement. Result also found that power distance between cultures can be greater than that within-culture. We offer three suggestions to reduce power distance in a multicultural work environment.