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][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.

By GDP per capita (Nominal, 2016)[edit]

Rank Region GDP per capita Comparable country
1 Ulsan $63,817  Ireland
2 Chungnam $56,714  United States
3 Gyeongbuk $37,486  Israel
4 Jeonnam $36,880  Israel
5 Chungbuk $35,964  Japan
6 Seoul $35,782  Republic of Korea
7 Gyeongnam $32,018  New Zealand
8 Gyeonggi $30,147  New Zealand
- "National Average" $28,763  Republic of Korea
9 Jeonbuk $26,601  Spain
10 Gangwon $26,518  Spain
11 Incheon $26,387  Spain
12 Jeju Province $25,812  Portugal
13 Busan $23,196  Greece
14 Daejeon $23,172  Greece
15 Gwangju $22,431  Hungary
16 Daegu $18,244  Russia

By GDP per capita (PPP, 2015)[edit]

Rank Region GDP per capita Comparable country
1 Ulsan $79,623  Norway
2 Chungnam $70,752   Switzerland
3 Jeonnam $46,765  Belgium
4 Gyeongbuk $41,695  France
5 Seoul $39,786  United Kingdom
6 Chungbuk $37,705  Japan
7 Gyeongnam $37,611  Japan
- National Average $35,365  New Zealand
8 Gyeonggi $32,225  Spain
9 Jeonbuk $29,828  Czech Republic
10 Gangwon $29,518  Slovenia
11 Incheon $28,734  Slovakia
12 Jeju $28,722  Portugal
13 Busan $25,963  Russia
14 Daejeon $25,429  Greece
15 Gwangju $24,562  Hungary
16 Daegu $22,752  Argentina

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