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List of South Korean regions by GDP

This is a list of South Korean regions by GDP. All data are sourced from the latest regional statistics published by the South Korean Government[1], the OECD and the International Monetary Fund (IMF).[2][3] The South Korean won has been converted to the international dollar using the IMF's Purchasing Power Parity conversion rate.

By GDP (PPP,2016) [ edit ]

Rank Region GDP in mil.[4] Comparable country[5]
1 Gyeonggi $425,716   Hong Kong
2 Seoul $408,265   Austria
3 Chungnam $133,917   Guatemala
4 Gyeongnam $123,247   Ghana
5 Gyeongbuk $112,979   Ghana
6 Busan $92,838   Panama
7 Incheon $92,453   Panama
8 Ulsan $81,448   Costa Rica
9 Jeonnam $77,987   Bolivia
10 Chungbuk $64,166   Macau
11 Daegu $56,793   El Salvador
12 Jeonbuk $53,600   El Salvador
13 Gangwon $47,688   Laos
14 Daejeon $41,071   Bosnia and Herzegovina
15 Gwangju $38,496   Estonia
16 Jeju $19,335   Haiti
17 Sejong $12,764   Togo
  South Korea $1,934,033   Turkey

By GDP per capita (2018) [ edit ]

Rank Region GDP per capita

(million KRW)[6]
GDP per capita

(USD $)
PPP Int$

equivalent[7]
Comparable country[5]
1 Ulsan 65.52 54,189 77,341   Norway
2 Chungnam 54.00 44,661 63,742   United States
3 Seoul 43.53 36,001 51,382   Austria
4 Chungbuk 43.03 35,588 50,795   Canada
5 Jeonnam 42.71 35,324 50,423   Canada
6 Gyeongbuk 40.77 33,719 48,125   Belgium
National Average 36.82 30,452 43,463   Japan
7 Sejong 36.59 30,262 43,197   Japan
8 Gyeonggi 36.36 30,072 42,496   Japan
9 Gyeongnam 32.94 27,243 38,884   Israel
10 Gangwon 30.89 25,548 36,469   Slovenia
11 Jeju 30.51 25,234 36,012   Slovenia
12 Incheon 30.08 24,878 35,505   Slovakia
13 Jeonbuk 28.00 23,158 33,056   Portugal
14 Daejeon 27.13 22,438 32,033   Portugal
15 Gwangju 26.66 22,049 31,472   Latvia
16 Busan 26.39 21,826 31,153   Latvia
17 Daegu 23.13 19,130 27,308   Greece

See also [ edit ]

References [ edit ]

  1. ^ "2016년 지역소득(잠정) 보도자료 전체>보도자료>새소식>통계청". kostat.go.kr.
  2. ^ "울산, 2년 연속 개인소득 1위…총생산·총소득도 1위(종합)".
  3. ^ World Economic Outlook Database, International Monetary Fund. Implied PPP conversion rate
  4. ^ "GDP, PPP (current international $) | Data". data.worldbank.org. Retrieved 2018-11-17.
  5. ^ a b World Economic Outlook Database, International Monetary Fund. GDP per capita.
  6. ^ "KOSIS". kosis.kr.
  7. ^ https://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/weo/2019/02/weodata/weorept.aspx?pr.x=9&pr.y=13&sy=2017&ey=2024&scsm=1&ssd=1&sort=country&ds=.&br=1&c=542&s=PPPEX&grp=0&a=
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