List of South Korean regions by GDP

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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] 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 per capita (PPP, 2010)[edit]

Rank Region GDP per capita Comparable country[4]
1 Ulsan $67,506  Luxembourg
2 Chungnam $47,516  Hong Kong
3 Jeonnam $40,603  Canada
4 Gyeongbuk $38,328  Germany
5 Seoul $34,215  United Kingdom
6 Gyeongnam $33,978  France
7 Chungbuk $30,415  Japan
- National Average $29,997  Italy
8 Incheon $26,552  New Zealand
9 Jeonbuk $25,365  Greece
10 Gangwon $25,252  Portugal
11 Gyeonggi $24,802  Czech Republic
12 Jeju $23,589  Malta
13 Busan $22,077  Slovakia
14 Daejeon $21,989  Hungary
15 Gwangju $21,052  Poland
16 Daegu $18,677  Chile

By GDP (PPP, 2010)[edit]

Rank Region GDP ($Million) Comparable country[4]
- National Total 1,466,125  Spain
- Seoul Capital Area 702,748  Argentina
1 Seoul 343,502  Peru
2 Gyeonggi 288,591  Singapore
3 Gyeongnam 106,716  New Zealand
4 Gyeongbuk 99,313  Ecuador
5 Chungnam 93,063  Bulgaria
6 Busan 76,050  Ethiopia
7 Ulsan 73,830  Croatia
8 Jeonnam 70,656  Kenya
9 Incheon 70,655  Lithuania
10 Daegu 45,387  Bolivia
11 Chungbuk 44,990  Cameroon
12 Jeonbuk 43,187  Luxembourg
13 Gangwon 36,436  Paraguay
14 Daejeon 33,311  Cambodia
15 Gwangju 30,538  Estonia
16 Jeju 12,899  Iceland

By real GDP growth (2010)[edit]

Rank Region GDP growth
1 Chungnam 12.4%
2 Gyeonggi 9.2%
3 Chungbuk 8.4%
4 Gwangju 8.0%
5 Incheon 7.7%
6 Gyeongnam 7.3%
7 Daegu 7.2%
8 Daejeon 6.6%
- National Average 6.2%
9 Jeonbuk 5.2%
10 Busan 4.7%
11 Gyeongbuk 4.7%
12 Jeonnam 4.1%
13 Ulsan 3.6%
14 Gangwon 2.8%
15 Seoul 2.1%
16 Jeju 1.8%

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