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List of South Korean regions by GDP

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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][2] and the International Monetary Fund (IMF).[3][4] The South Korean won has been converted to the international dollar using the IMF's Purchasing Power Parity conversion rate. Note that the 2008 SNA was applied by the South Korean government when calculating the GDP and compared to the latest figures released from the IMF.[5]

By GDP per capita (PPP, 2012)

Rank Region GDP per capita Comparable country[6]
1 Ulsan $79,623  Luxembourg
2 Chungnam $56,133   Switzerland
3 Jeonnam $45,901  Australia
4 Gyeongbuk $39,523  Finland
5 Seoul $39,448  France
6 Gyeongnam $36,974  Japan
7 Chungbuk $35,317  United Kingdom
- National Average $34,576  Italy
8 Gyeonggi $30,308  Spain
9 Jeju $28,550  Malta
10 Gangwon $28,286  Slovenia
11 Jeonbuk $28,123  Czech Republic
12 Incheon $27,960  Slovakia
13 Daejeon $25,185  Greece
14 Busan $24,783  Portugal
15 Gwangju $23,980  Russia
16 Daegu $21,820  Poland

See also


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  4. ^ World Economic Outlook Database, International Monetary Fund. Implied PPP conversion rate
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  6. ^ World Economic Outlook Database, International Monetary Fund. GDP (PPP) per capita.
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