World Economic Outlook Databases(Source:IMF)

Korea, South
ID Subject(Unit) 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022
1 Gross domestic product, constant prices(National currency,Billions) 1,553,839.208 1,599,850.479 1,647,185.786 1,695,703.248 1,745,590.884 1,796,294.948
2 Gross domestic product, constant prices(Percent change) 3.022 2.961 2.959 2.945 2.942 2.905
3 Gross domestic product, current prices(National currency,Billions) 1,739,036.434 1,816,871.969 1,905,886.518 2,002,703.533 2,104,060.743 2,206,262.497
4 Gross domestic product, current prices(U.S. dollars,Billions) 1,529.743 1,597.392 1,667.946 1,737.956 1,808.213 1,878.237
5 Gross domestic product, current prices(Purchasing power parity; international dollars,Billions) 2,026.651 2,127.164 2,236.837 2,351.159 2,470.597 2,591.281
6 Gross domestic product, deflator(Index) 111.919 113.565 115.706 118.105 120.536 122.823
7 Gross domestic product per capita, constant prices(National currency,Units) 30,198,510.753 30,966,761.221 31,753,815.346 32,556,680.716 33,378,719.588 34,209,111.586
8 Gross domestic product per capita, constant prices(Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar,Units) 35,896.969 36,810.189 37,745.76 38,700.126 39,677.283 40,664.37
9 Gross domestic product per capita, current prices(National currency,Units) 33,797,776.618 35,167,436.681 36,740,948.77 38,450,937.43 40,233,283.856 42,016,640.99
10 Gross domestic product per capita, current prices(U.S. dollars,Units) 29,730.204 30,919.17 32,154.018 33,367.913 34,576.155 35,769.646
11 Gross domestic product per capita, current prices(Purchasing power parity; international dollars,Units) 39,387.496 41,173.455 43,120.891 45,141.113 47,242.095 49,349.029
12 Output gap in percent of potential GDP(Percent of potential GDP) -1.187 -0.984 -99,999 -99,999 -99,999 -99,999
13 Gross domestic product based on purchasing-power-parity (PPP) share of world total(Percent) 1.6 1.59 1.579 1.568 1.556 1.544
14 Implied PPP conversion rate(National currency per current international dollar) 858.084 854.129 852.045 851.794 851.641 851.418
15 Total investment(Percent of GDP) 31.616 31.319 31.143 31.006 30.987 31.006
16 Gross national savings(Percent of GDP) 37.181 36.715 36.537 36.466 36.431 36.291
17 Inflation, average consumer prices(Index) 102.897 104.826 106.818 108.954 111.133 113.356
18 Inflation, average consumer prices(Percent change) 1.908 1.875 1.9 2 2 2
19 Inflation, end of period consumer prices(Index) 103.465 105.431 107.434 109.583 111.774 114.01
20 Inflation, end of period consumer prices(Percent change) 1.876 1.9 1.9 2 2 2
21 Six-month London interbank offered rate (LIBOR)(Percent) -99,999 -99,999 -99,999 -99,999 -99,999 -99,999
22 Volume of imports of goods and services(Percent change) 4.809 3.409 3.631 3.764 3.911 3.99
23 Volume of Imports of goods(Percent change) 5.097 3.336 3.594 3.671 3.818 3.896
24 Volume of exports of goods and services(Percent change) 1.693 3.315 3.374 3.438 3.467 3.404
25 Volume of exports of goods(Percent change) 3.323 3.583 3.49 3.542 3.529 3.466
26 Unemployment rate(Percent of total labor force) 3.8 3.6 3.3 3.2 3.1 3.1
27 Employment(Persons,Millions) 26.421 26.643 -99,999 -99,999 -99,999 -99,999
28 Population(Persons,Millions) 51.454 51.663 51.874 52.085 52.297 52.509
29 General government revenue(National currency,Billions) 387,563.602 409,161.007 431,399.013 450,250.985 473,038.274 496,015.434
30 General government revenue(Percent of GDP) 22.286 22.52 22.635 22.482 22.482 22.482
31 General government total expenditure(National currency,Billions) 366,538.727 383,692.158 405,619.226 426,886.289 448,880.43 470,993.18
32 General government total expenditure(Percent of GDP) 21.077 21.118 21.282 21.316 21.334 21.348
33 General government net lending/borrowing(National currency,Billions) 21,024.875 25,468.849 25,779.787 23,364.696 24,157.844 25,022.255
34 General government net lending/borrowing(Percent of GDP) 1.209 1.402 1.353 1.167 1.148 1.134
35 General government structural balance(National currency,Billions) 25,682.199 29,536.589 28,973.735 25,586.885 25,144.067 24,584.654
36 General government structural balance(Percent of potential GDP) 1.459 1.61 1.509 1.271 1.193 1.115
37 General government primary net lending/borrowing(National currency,Billions) 7,760.128 12,106.418 9,192.968 9,588.599 12,566.422 14,813.647
38 General government primary net lending/borrowing(Percent of GDP) 0.446 0.666 0.482 0.479 0.597 0.671
39 General government net debt(National currency,Billions) 84,710.651 92,769.801 102,587.691 114,958.833 130,742.714 149,538.36
40 General government net debt(Percent of GDP) 4.871 5.106 5.383 5.74 6.214 6.778
41 General government gross debt(National currency,Billions) 661,600.984 695,480.505 734,827.181 779,315.418 828,722.513 881,421.534
42 General government gross debt(Percent of GDP) 38.044 38.279 38.556 38.913 39.387 39.951
43 Gross domestic product corresponding to fiscal year, current prices(National currency,Billions) 1,739,036.434 1,816,871.969 1,905,886.518 2,002,703.533 2,104,060.743 2,206,262.497
44 Current account balance(U.S. dollars,Billions) 85.137 86.195 89.961 94.888 98.437 99.273
45 Current account balance(Percent of GDP) 5.565 5.396 5.394 5.46 5.444 5.285

OECD Factbook Statistics(Source:OECD)

Korea, South
ID Subject(Unit) Year Value
1 Real effective exchange rates(Index,Units,2010=100) 2014 109.9408
2 Crude oil import prices(US Dollar,Units) 2014 101.24
3 Road fatalities(Per 1 000 000 inhabitants,Units) 2014 94.4392402
4 Inland goods transport(Tonnes-kilometres,Billions) 2013 129.041
5 Inland passenger transport(Passenger-kilometres,Billions) 2013 426.281
6 Total fertility rates(Number,Units) 2013 1.19
7 Income inequality: Gini (at disposable income; post taxes and transfers)(0-1 scale,Units) 2013 0.302
8 Income inequality: Palma (S90/S40 disposable income decile share)(Ratio,Units) 2012 1.099
9 Income inequality: S90/S10 disposable income decile share(Ratio,Units) 2012 10.22
10 Income inequality: S80/S20 disposable income quintile share(Ratio,Units) 2012 5.539
11 Income inequality: P90/P10 disposable income decile ratio(Ratio,Units) 2012 4.8051401
12 Income inequality: P90/P50 disposable income decile ratio (Ratio,Units) 2012 1.8871738
13 Income inequality: P50/P10 disposable income decile ratio (Ratio,Units) 2012 2.5462097
14 Imports of goods(US Dollar,Billions) 2014 525.556978
15 Trade balance of goods(US Dollar,Billions) 2014 47.5177951
16 Exports of goods(US Dollar,Billions) 2014 573.0747731
17 Outward FDI stocks(US Dollar,Millions) 2014 258,552.6
18 Inward FDI stocks(US Dollar,Millions) 2014 182,036.8
19 Outflows of foreign direct investment(US Dollar,Millions) 2014 30,558
20 Inflows of foreign direct investment(US Dollar,Millions) 2014 9,898.5
21 Total FDI Index(Index,Units) 2014 0.135
22 Primary sector(Index,Units) 2014 0.25
23 Manufacturing(Index,Units) 2014 0
24 Electricity(Index,Units) 2014 0.417
25 Distribution(Index,Units) 2014 0
26 Transport(Index,Units) 2014 0.508
27 Media(Index,Units) 2014 0.563
28 Communications(Index,Units) 2014 0.325
29 Financial services(Index,Units) 2014 0.05
30 Business services(Index,Units) 2014 0
31 Nuclear electricity generation; Terawatt hours(Terawatt hours,Units) 2014 150.4
32 Nuclear electricity generation; As a percentage of total electricity generation(Percentage,Units) 2014 30.1
33 Nuclear power plants connected to the grid(Number,Units) 2014 23
34 Nuclear power plants under construction(Number,Units) 2014 5
35 Self-employment rates: women(Percentage,Units) 2014 24.55509
36 Self-employment rates: men(Percentage,Units) 2014 28.40276
37 Self-employment rates: total(Percentage,Units) 2014 26.78539
38 Water abstractions per capita(Cubic metres,Units) 2005 606.5468572
39 Total abstractions(Cubic metres,Millions) 2005 29,198
40 Generation intensities of municipal waste(Kilograms,Units) 2013 358
41 Total amount generated of municipal waste(Tonnes,Thousands) 2013 17,881
42 Mean scores on the mathematics scale in PISA 2012: women(Standard-error,Units) 2012 544.1931248
43 Standard error on the mathematics scale in PISA 2012: women(Average score,Units) 2012 5.1280858
44 Mean scores on the mathematics scale in PISA 2012: men(Average score,Units) 2012 562.1139439
45 Standard error on the mathematics scale in PISA 2012: men(Standard-error,Units) 2012 5.8201984
46 Mean scores on the reading scale in PISA 2012: women(Average score,Units) 2012 548.2066907
47 Standard error on the reading scale in PISA 2012: women(Standard-error,Units) 2012 4.4851387
48 Mean scores on the reading scale in PISA 2012: men(Average score,Units) 2012 524.9646494
49 Mean scores on the science scale in PISA 2012: women(Average score,Units) 2012 535.9295338
50 Standard error on the reading scale in PISA 2012: men(Standard-error,Units) 2012 5.0288468
51 Standard error on the science scale in PISA 2012: women(Standard-error,Units) 2012 4.2051527
52 Mean scores on the science scale in PISA 2012: men(Average score,Units) 2012 539.4077116
53 Standard error on the science scale in PISA 2012: men(Standard-error,Units) 2012 4.6578877
54 Number of 15-year-old students per school computer: mean(Average score,Units) 2012 5.3331905
55 Number of 15-year-old students per school computer: standard-error(Standard-error,Units) 2012 0.2135746
56 Students using computers at school: Percentage(Percentage,Units) 2012 41.8834833
57 Students using computers at school: standard-error(Standard-error,Units) 2012 1.6507355
58 Students browsing the Internet for schoolwork at least once a week Percentage (at school)(Percentage,Units) 2012 11.0130196
59 Students browsing the Internet for schoolwork at least once a week : standard-error (at school)(Standard-error,Units) 2012 0.873522
60 Students with at least one computer at home: percentage(Percentage,Units) 2012 98.6173115
61 Students with at least one computer at home: standard-error(Standard-error,Units) 2012 0.1893302
62 Students with three or more computers at home : percentage (at school)(Percentage,Units) 2012 10.057066
63 Students with three or more computers at home : standard-error (at school)(Standard-error,Units) 2012 0.5613437
64 Proportions of total public expenditure in pre-primary education(Ratio,Units) 2012 61.9645299
65 Annual expenditure per student in pre-primary education(US Dollar,Units) 2012 5,674.228643
66 Youthswhoarenotineducationnorinemployment: aged between 15 and 19(Percentage,Units) 2014 7.7474051
67 Youthswhoarenotineducationnorinemployment: aged between 20 and 24(Percentage,Units) 2014 22.1564732
68 Foreign students in total tertiary education(Percentage,Units) 2013 1.6616282
69 Foreign students in short-cycle tertiary programmes(Percentage,Units) 2013 0.2286733
70 Foreign students in Bachelor’s or equivalent level(Percentage,Units) 2013 1.4594415
71 Foreign students in Master’s or equivalent level(Percentage,Units) 2013 6.1885503
72 Foreign students in Doctoral or equivalent level(Percentage,Units) 2013 7.7299888
73 Population aged 25-34 below upper secondary(Percentage,Units) 2014 30.5596046
74 Population aged 25-34 in upper secondary or post-secondary non-tertiary(Percentage,Units) 2014 67.746727
75 Population aged 25-64 below upper secondary(Percentage,Units) 2014 40.408699
76 Population aged 25-64 in upper secondary or post-secondary non-tertiary(Percentage,Units) 2014 44.569664
77 Expenditure per student in primary education(US Dollar,Units,2010) 2012 7,395.490861
78 Expenditure per student in lower secondary education(US Dollar,Units,2010) 2012 7,008.291604
79 Expenditure per student in upper secondary education(US Dollar,Units,2010) 2012 9,651.228709
80 Expenditure per student in all secondary education(US Dollar,Units,2010) 2012 8,354.848405
81 Change in expenditure in primary; secondary and post-secondary non-tertiary education as a percentage of total expenditures(Index,Units,2005=100) 2012 125.1989932
82 Change in the number of students in primariy; secondary and post-secondary non-tertiary education as a percentage of total expenditures(Index,Units,2005=100) 2012 86.2619707
83 Change in expenditure per student in primary; secondary and post-secondary non-tertiary education(Index,Units,2005=100) 2012 145.1381092
84 Public expenditure per student in primary; secondary and post-secondary non-tertiary education as a percentage of total expenditures(Percentage,Units) 2012 83.907451
85 Private expenditure per student in primary; secondary and post-secondary non-tertiary education as a percentage of total expenditures(Percentage,Units) 2012 16.092549
86 Annual expenditure per student in short cycle tertiary education(US Dollar,Units,2010) 2012 5,539.845689
87 Annual expenditure per student in Bachelor’s; master’s; doctoral or equivalent level(US Dollar,Units,2010) 2012 11,173.24537
88 Annual expenditure per student in all tertiary education(US Dollar,Units,2010) 2012 9,866.188325
89 Annual expenditure per student in all tertiary education excluding R&D activities(US Dollar,Units,2010) 2012 8,026.127673
90 Change in expenditure in tertiary education(Index,Units,2005=100) 2012 142.0675401
91 Change in the number of students in tertiary education(Index,Units,2005=100) 2012 103.057402
92 Change in expenditure per student in tertiary education(Index,Units,2005=100) 2012 137.852825
93 Public expenditure in tertiary education as a percentage of total expenditures(Percentage,Units) 2012 29.2982443
94 Public social expenditure(Percentage,Units) 2014 10.408
95 Private social expenditure(Percentage,Units) 2011 2.749
96 Net social expenditure(Percentage,Units) 2011 11.62
97 Public pension expenditure(Percentage,Units) 2011 2.2379391
98 Private pension expenditure(Percentage,Units) 2013 2.3267919
99 Private expenditure in tertiary education as a percentage of total expenditures(Percentage,Units) 2012 70.7017557
100 Change in teachers’salary after 15 years of experience(Index,Units,2005=100) 2013 96.878924
101 Teachers’starting salary(US Dollar,Units) 2013 29,356.88851
102 Teachers’salary after 10 years of experience(US Dollar,Units) 2013 44,192.99597
103 Teachers’salary after 15 years of experience(US Dollar,Units) 2013 51,593.96951
104 Teachers’salary at top of scale(US Dollar,Units) 2013 82,001.94605
105 Real value added in real estate activities(Growth rate,Units) 2014 1.8376693
106 Non-financial assets of households: lands(US Dollar,Units) 2013 78,994.03076
107 Gross national income per capita(US Dollar,Units) 2014 34,622.09571
108 Real value added in agriculture; hunting and forestry; fishing(Growth rate,Units) 2014 2.571083
109 International exports in goods and services(Percentage,Units) 2014 50.6412323
110 Real value added in distributive trade; repairs; transport; accommodation and food services activities(Growth rate,Units) 2014 2.4829987
111 Financial asset of households: Currency and deposits(Percentage,Units) 2014 42.04638
112 Exports of services(US Dollar,Billions) 2014 106,855.3
113 Gross fixed capital formation(Growth rate,Units) 2014 3.140271
114 Permanent inflows by category of entry: work(Persons,Thousands) 2013 1,584
115 Real value added in other services activities(Growth rate,Units) 2014 2.7625814
116 Value added in construction(Percentage,Units) 2014 4.9439173
117 Permanent inflows by category of entry: family(Persons,Thousands) 2013 31,409
118 CPI: food(Growth rate,Units) 2014 0.292503
119 Value added in financial and insurance activities(Percentage,Units) 2014 5.5791449
120 Value added in public administration; defence; education human health and social work activities(Percentage,Units) 2014 16.9648015
121 Permanent inflows by category of entry: total(Persons,Thousands) 2013 66,688
122 Long-term interest rates(Percentage,Units) 2014 3.186333
123 Financial asset of households: investment funds shares(Percentage,Units) 2014 3.672518
124 Real value added in industry; including energy(Growth rate,Units) 2014 3.8174242
125 GDP per capita(US Dollar,Units) 2014 34,355.69918
126 Real value added in Information and communication(Growth rate,Units) 2014 3.1445885
127 Real value added in professional; scientific; technical; administration and support services activities(Growth rate,Units) 2014 4.0685613
128 Non-financial assets of households: other(US Dollar,Units) 2013 9,369.563454
129 Trade balance of services(US Dollar,Billions) 2014 -8,163.4
130 CPI: all items(Growth rate,Units) 2014 1.274768
131 Value added in distributive trade; repairs; transport; accommodation and food services activities(Percentage,Units) 2014 14.9383616
132 Permanent inflows by category of entry: humanitarian(Persons,Thousands) 2013 36
133 Value added in real estate activities(Percentage,Units) 2014 7.9750118
134 Financial asset of households: Debt securities(Percentage,Units) 2014 5.813869
135 Value added in agriculture; hunting and forestry; fishing(Percentage,Units) 2014 2.3414767
136 Financial asset of households: Life insurance and annuities(Percentage,Units) 2014 21.14451
137 Household net saving rates(Percentage,Units) 2013 5.5959254
138 International imports in goods and services(Percentage,Units) 2014 45.3055058
139 Real value added in construction(Growth rate,Units) 2014 0.5804358
140 CPI: energy(Growth rate,Units) 2014 -0.408998
141 Non-financial assets of households: dwellings(US Dollar,Units) 2013 25,328.81192
142 Value added in other services activities(Percentage,Units) 2014 2.7522613
143 Real value added in public administration; defence; education human health and social work activities(Growth rate,Units) 2014 3.0949693
144 Value added in industry; including energy(Percentage,Units) 2014 33.2903956
145 Imports of services(US Dollar,Billions) 2014 115,018.7
146 Real GDP growth(Growth rate,Units) 2014 3.310155
147 Real value added in financial and insurance activities(Growth rate,Units) 2014 5.7051126
148 Financial asset of households: equity(Percentage,Units) 2014 15.62694
149 Permanent inflows by category of entry: accompanying family of workers(Persons,Thousands) 2013 5,092
150 CPI: all items non food non energy(Growth rate,Units) 2014 1.670791
151 Financial asset of households: Pension funds(Percentage,Units) 2014 3.803272
152 Value added in Information and communication(Percentage,Units) 2014 3.8454938
153 Permanent inflows by category of entry: Other(Persons,Thousands) 2013 28,567
154 Value added in professional; scientific; technical; administration and support services activities(Percentage,Units) 2014 7.3691429
155 Total primary energy supply(Tonnes of oil equivalent (toe),Millions) 2014 265.33
156 General government revenues per capita(US Dollar,Units) 2013 10,951.07
157 Nitrogene Oxides Emmissions(Tonnes,Thousands) 2011 1,040.017
158 Indices of price levels(OECD=100,Units) 2014 82
159 Structure of central government expenditures; recreation; culture and religion(Percentage,Units) 2013 1.41
160 Production costs for general government; costs of goods and services used and financed by general government(Percentage,Units) 2014 8.11
161 General government revenues(Percentage,Units) 2014 33.1998117
162 Researchers(Ratio,Units) 2013 12.8395781
163 Average hours actually worked(Hours,Units) 2014 2,124
164 Re-exported intermediates: Food products; beverages and tobacco(Percentage,Units) 2011 13.11
165 Unemployment rates: total(Percentage,Units) 2014 3.541667
166 Re-exported intermediates: Chemicals and non-metallic mineral products(Percentage,Units) 2011 52.9
167 Total tax revenue(Percentage,Units) 2014 24.607
168 Structure of central government expenditures; public order and safety(Percentage,Units) 2013 4.84
169 Re-exported intermediates: Transport equipment(Percentage,Units) 2011 58.6
170 Total expenditure on health(Percentage,Units) 2014 7.0622
171 CO2 emissions from fuel combustion(Tonnes,Millions) 2013 572.25
172 Structure of central government expenditures; housing and community amenities(Percentage,Units) 2013 1.28
173 Production costs for general government; Other production costs(Percentage,Units) 2014 2.96
174 Structure of central government expenditures; education(Percentage,Units) 2013 19.5
175 Total primary energy supply per unit of GDP(Tonnes of oil equivalent (toe),Units) 2014 0.165
176 General government expenditures per capita(US Dollar,Units) 2013 10,509.08
177 Unemployment rates: men(Percentage,Units) 2014 3.566667
178 Re-exported intermediates: Textiles; textile products; leather and footwear(Percentage,Units) 2011 39.9
179 Structure of central government expenditures; general public services(Percentage,Units) 2013 25.52
180 Long-term unemployment(Percentage,Units) 2013 0.3966287
181 Public expenditure on health(Percentage,Units) 2014 3.9211
182 General government expenditures(Percentage,Units) 2013 31.7599679
183 Triadic patent families(Number,Units) 2013 3,154.4105
184 Sulphur Oxides Emmissions(Tonnes,Thousands) 2011 433.959
185 Purchasing power parities(National currency per US dollar,Units) 2014 857.261222
186 Incidence of part-time employment(Percentage,Units) 2014 10.4567379
187 Structure of central government expenditures; health(Percentage,Units) 2013 3.59
188 Re-exported intermediates: Basic metals and fabricated metal products(Percentage,Units) 2011 56.61
189 Structure of central government expenditures; economic affairs(Percentage,Units) 2013 19.19
190 Re-exported intermediates: Transport and storage; post and telecommunication(Percentage,Units) 2011 58.6
191 Structure of central government expenditures; social protection(Percentage,Units) 2013 11.15
192 Unemployment rates: women(Percentage,Units) 2014 3.483333
193 Production costs for general government; compensation of employees(Percentage,Units) 2014 6.84
194 General government net lending(Percentage,Units) 2014 1.2493822
195 Production costs for general government; total(Percentage,Units) 2014 17.91
196 Re-exported intermediates: Agriculture; hunting; forestry and fishing(Percentage,Units) 2011 16.14
197 Private expenditure on health(Percentage,Units) 2014 3.1411
198 Structure of central government expenditures; environmental protection(Percentage,Units) 2013 1.08
199 Re-exported intermediates: Wood paper; paper products; printing and publishing(Percentage,Units) 2011 36.06
200 Structure of central government expenditures; defence(Percentage,Units) 2013 12.45
201 Taxes on the average worker(Percentage,Units) 2014 21.461
202 Gross domestic expenditure on R&D(US Dollar,Millions,2005) 2013 68,149.35045
203 Re-exported intermediates: Machinery and equipment(Percentage,Units) 2011 49.87
204 Current account balance(Percentage,Units) 2014 6.33144
205 Foreign value added as a share of gross exports(Percentage,Units) 2011 41.7
206 PPI: domestic manufacturing(Growth rate,Units) 2014 -2.125185
207 Foreign-born population(Percentage,Units) 2000 0.321
208 Households debt(Percentage,Units) 2014 164.1552
209 Foreign population(Percentage,Units) 2013 1.963
210 Real household disposable income(Growth rate,Units) 2014 2.5803693
211 Population levels(Inhabitants,Thousands) 2014 50,424
212 Employment rates: women(Ratio,Units) 2014 54.9415
213 Employment rates: men(Ratio,Units) 2014 75.68274
214 Production of crude oil(Tonnes,Millions) 2014 608.517
215 Relative poverty rates: Entire population(Ratio,Units) 2013 0.146
216 Relative poverty rates: Working-age population (age 18-65)(Ratio,Units) 2013 0.096
217 Relative poverty rates: Retirement-age population (over 65)(Ratio,Units) 2013 0.496
218 Poverty gap entire population(Average score,Units) 2012 0.392
219 Employment rates: total(Ratio,Units) 2014 65.34923
220 Contribution of renewables to energy supply(Percentage,Units) 2014 0.0106
221 Greenhouse gas emissions(Tonnes,Thousands) 2011 697,707.981
222 Re-exported intermediates: Business services(Percentage,Units) 2011 49.06
223 Electricity generation(Terawatt hours,Units) 2014 541,287
224 Employment rates for age group 15-24(Percentage,Units) 2014 25.77252
225 Employment rates for age group 25-54(Percentage,Units) 2014 75.6694
226 Employment rates for age group 55-64(Percentage,Units) 2014 65.62123
227 Relative poverty rates: Children (age 0-17)(Ratio,Units) 2012 0.091
228 Net official development assistance; as a percentage of gross national income(Percentage,Units) 2014 0.13
229 Net official development assistance; as a percentage of gross national income(US Dollar,Millions) 2014 1,856.74
230 Elderly dependency rate(Percentage,Units) 2014 17.3
231 Differences in annual employment growth across regions: Maximum(Percentage,Units) 2014 1.2
232 Life expectancy at birth: men(Years,Units) 2013 78.5
233 Practising physicians(Per 1 000 inhabitants,Units) 2014 2.22
234 Distribution of the national population into urban regions(Percentage,Units) 2014 69.6
235 Levels of GDP per capita and labour productivity - Percentage gap with respect to US GDP per capita(Percentage points,Units) 2014 -37.123449
236 Regional elderly population: Country average(Average growth rate,Units) 2014 4.1
237 Percentage of urban population by city size: Medium-sized urban areas(Percentage,Units) 2014 9.3
238 Adult population smoking daily: females(Percentage,Units) 2013 4.3
239 Ratio of nurses to physicians(Ratio,Units) 2014 2.4056873
240 Regional difference in the employment rate of women: Average(Percentage,Units) 2014 59.8
241 Nursing graduates(Per 100 000 inhabitants,Units) 2013 97.29
242 Levels of GDP per capita and labour productivity - Effect of labour utilisation(Percentage points,Units) 2014 33.079648
243 Regional elderly population: Minimum(Average growth rate,Units) 2014 2.1
244 Adult population smoking daily(Percentage,Units) 2013 19.9
245 Distribution of the national area into urban regions(Percentage,Units) 2014 15.5
246 Regional variation of the youth unemployment rate: minimum(Percentage,Units) 2014 2
247 Elderly dependency rate in rural regions(Percentage,Units) 2014 26
248 Differences in annual employment growth across regions: Minimum(Percentage,Units) 2014 0.4
249 Share of national population in the ten per cent of regions with the largest population(Percentage,Units) 2014 36
250 Life expectancy at birth: total(Years,Units) 2013 81.8
251 Elderly population(Percentage,Units) 2014 12.7
252 Regional elderly population: Maximum(Average growth rate,Units) 2014 6.1
253 Percentage of urban population by city size: Metropolitan areas(Percentage,Units) 2014 16.3
254 Infant mortality(Deaths per 1 000 live births,Units) 2013 3
255 Medical graduates(Per 100 000 inhabitants,Units) 2014 8.15
256 Population growth rates(Growth rate,Units) 2013 0.4310797
257 Gini index of regional unemployment rates(Index,Units) 2014 0.1
258 Elderly dependency rate in urban regions(Percentage,Units) 2014 14.6
259 Life expectancy at birth: women(Years,Units) 2013 85.1
260 General practitioners as a percentage of total physicians(Percentage,Units) 2014 27.32
261 Distribution of the national population into intermediate regions(Percentage,Units) 2014 13.2
262 Distribution of the national area into intermediate regions(Percentage,Units) 2014 26.1
263 Regional difference in the employment rate of women: Maximum(Percentage,Units) 2014 74.1
264 GDP per hour worked(US Dollar,Units) 2014 31.860528
265 Specialists as a percentage of total physicians(Percentage,Units) 2014 72.68
266 Percentage of urban population by city size: Small urban areas(Percentage,Units) 2014 6.2
267 Distribution of the national area into rural regions(Percentage,Units) 2014 58.3
268 Distribution of the national population into rural regions(Percentage,Units) 2014 17.2
269 Regional difference in the employment rate of women: Minimum(Percentage,Units) 2014 44.8
270 Levels of GDP per capita and labour productivity - Percentage gap with respect to US GDP per hour worked(Percentage points,Units) 2014 -52.752693
271 Adult population smoking daily: males(Percentage,Units) 2013 36.2
272 Obesity rate among the adult population(Percentage,Units) 2014 4.7
273 Differences in annual employment growth across regions: Average(Percentage,Units) 2014 0.7
274 Regional variation of the youth unemployment rate: maximum(Percentage,Units) 2014 4

The World Factbook(Source:CIA)

Korea, South
ID Subject(Unit) Value Date
1 AREA(SQ KM) 99,720 -99999
2 POPULATION(POPULATION) 51,181,299 July 2017 est.
3 MEDIAN AGE(MEDIAN AGE) 41.2 -99999
4 POPULATION GROWTH RATE(%) 0.5 2017 est.
5 BIRTH RATE(BIRTHS/1,000 POPULATION) 8.3 2017 est.
6 DEATH RATE(DEATHS/1,000 POPULATION) 6 2017 est.
7 NET MIGRATION RATE(MIGRANTS/1,000 POPULATION) 2.5 2017 est.
8 MATERNAL MORTALITY RATE(DEATHS/100,000 LIVE BIRTHS) 11 2015 est.
9 INFANT MORTALITY RATE(DEATHS/1,000 LIVE BIRTHS) 3 2017 est.
10 LIFE EXPECTANCY AT BIRTH(YEARS) 82.5 2017 est.
11 TOTAL FERTILITY RATE(CHILDREN BORN/WOMAN) 1.26 2017 est.
12 HEALTH EXPENDITURES(% OF GDP) 7.4 2014
13 OBESITY - ADULT PREVALENCE RATE(%) 4.7 2016
14 CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 5 YEARS UNDERWEIGHT(%) 0.6 2012
15 EDUCATION EXPENDITURES(% OF GDP) 5 2009
16 UNEMPLOYMENT, YOUTH AGES 15-24(%) 9 2012 est.
17 GDP (PURCHASING POWER PARITY)(GDP PURCHASING POWER PARITY) -99,999 2016 est.
18 GDP - REAL GROWTH RATE(%) 2.8 2016 est.
19 GDP - PER CAPITA (PPP)(GDP - PER CAPITA PPP) -99,999 2016 est.
20 GROSS NATIONAL SAVING(% OF GDP) 36.2 2016 est.
21 INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION GROWTH RATE(%) 3.3 2016 est.
22 LABOR FORCE(LABOR FORCE) 27,250,000 2016 est.
23 UNEMPLOYMENT RATE(%) 3.7 2016 est.
24 DISTRIBUTION OF FAMILY INCOME - GINI INDEX(DISTRIBUTION OF FAMILY INCOME - GINI INDEX) 34.1 2015 est.
25 TAXES AND OTHER REVENUES(% OF GDP) 22.7 2016 est.
26 BUDGET SURPLUS (+) OR DEFICIT (-)(% OF GDP) 1 2016 est.
27 PUBLIC DEBT(% OF GDP) 45.6 2016 est.
28 INFLATION RATE (CONSUMER PRICES)(%) 1 2016 est.
29 CENTRAL BANK DISCOUNT RATE(%) 1.25 31 December 2016 est.
30 COMMERCIAL BANK PRIME LENDING RATE(%) 3.37 31 December 2016 est.
31 STOCK OF NARROW MONEY(STOCK OF NARROW MONEY) -99,999 31 December 2016 est.
32 STOCK OF BROAD MONEY(STOCK OF BROAD MONEY) -99,999 31 December 2016 est.
33 STOCK OF DOMESTIC CREDIT(STOCK OF DOMESTIC CREDIT) -99,999 31 December 2016 est.
34 MARKET VALUE OF PUBLICLY TRADED SHARES(MARKET VALUE OF PUBLICLY TRADED SHARES) -99,999 31 December 2016 est.
35 CURRENT ACCOUNT BALANCE(CURRENT ACCOUNT BALANCE) -99,999 2016 est.
36 EXPORTS(EXPORTS) -99,999 2016 est.
37 IMPORTS(IMPORTS) -99,999 2016 est.
38 RESERVES OF FOREIGN EXCHANGE AND GOLD(RESERVES OF FOREIGN EXCHANGE AND GOLD) -99,999 31 December 2016 est.
39 DEBT - EXTERNAL(DEBT - EXTERNAL) -99,999 31 December 2016 est.
40 STOCK OF DIRECT FOREIGN INVESTMENT - AT HOME(STOCK OF DIRECT FOREIGN INVESTMENT - AT HOME) -99,999 31 December 2016 est.
41 STOCK OF DIRECT FOREIGN INVESTMENT - ABROAD(STOCK OF DIRECT FOREIGN INVESTMENT - ABROAD) -99,999 31 December 2016 est.
42 ELECTRICITY - PRODUCTION(KWH) 528,100,000,000 2016 est.
43 ELECTRICITY - CONSUMPTION(KWH) 497,000,000,000 2016 est.
44 ELECTRICITY - EXPORTS(KWH) 0 2016 est.
45 ELECTRICITY - IMPORTS(KWH) 0 2016 est.
46 ELECTRICITY - INSTALLED GENERATING CAPACITY(KW) 103,000,000 2015 est.
47 ELECTRICITY - FROM FOSSIL FUELS(% OF TOTAL INSTALLED CAPACITY) 67.1 2015 est.
48 ELECTRICITY - FROM NUCLEAR FUELS(% OF TOTAL INSTALLED CAPACITY) 21.1 2015 est.
49 ELECTRICITY - FROM HYDROELECTRIC PLANTS(% OF TOTAL INSTALLED CAPACITY) 1.7 2015 est.
50 ELECTRICITY - FROM OTHER RENEWABLE SOURCES(% OF TOTAL INSTALLED CAPACITY) 7.2 2015 est.
51 CRUDE OIL - PRODUCTION(BBL/DAY) 0 2016 est.
52 CRUDE OIL - EXPORTS(BBL/DAY) 0 2016 est.
53 CRUDE OIL - IMPORTS(BBL/DAY) 2,942,000 2016 est.
54 REFINED PETROLEUM PRODUCTS - PRODUCTION(BBL/DAY) 3,114,000 2016 est.
55 REFINED PETROLEUM PRODUCTS - CONSUMPTION(BBL/DAY) 2,630,000 2016 est.
56 REFINED PETROLEUM PRODUCTS - EXPORTS(BBL/DAY) 1,343,000 2016 est.
57 REFINED PETROLEUM PRODUCTS - IMPORTS(BBL/DAY) 935,500 2016 est.
58 NATURAL GAS - PRODUCTION(CU M) 188,000,000 2015 est.
59 NATURAL GAS - CONSUMPTION(CU M) 69,630,000,000 2015 est.
60 NATURAL GAS - EXPORTS(CU M) 0 2014 est.
61 NATURAL GAS - IMPORTS(CU M) 43,430,000,000 2015 est.
62 NATURAL GAS - PROVED RESERVES(CU M) 7,079,000,000 1 January 2017 est.
63 TELEPHONES - FIXED LINES(TELEPHONES - MAIN LINES IN USE) 29,480,000 2014 est.
64 TELEPHONES - MOBILE CELLULAR(TELEPHONES - MOBILE CELLULAR) 57,200,000 2014 est.
65 INTERNET USERS(INTERNET USERS) 44,900,000 2014 est.
66 AIRPORTS(AIRPORTS) 111 2013
67 RAILWAYS(KM) 3,460 2014
68 ROADWAYS(KM) 104,983 2009
69 WATERWAYS(KM) 1,600 2011
70 MERCHANT MARINE(MERCHANT MARINE) 1,116 -99999
71 MILITARY EXPENDITURES(% OF GDP) 2.8 2012