Korean Won Exchange Rate

South Korea, Seoul, Hyangwonjong
Find out your currency’s Korean Won exchange rate. Look at the following tables for at-a-glance comparison of Korean currency (Won, KRW) conversions.

There are tables of South Korean currency conversions for exchange rates in countries in the following areas:

  • Key Trading Partners
  • All Countries

South Korea, Seoul, Gyeongbokgung Palace

South Korean Currency

The currency used in South Korea is the Won.

A quick look down the tables will allow you to compare currencies. The tables show you one column with the local currency value of one Korean Won (KRW) and one column with the value of one unit of the local currency in Korean Won.

Key Trading Partners with South Korea (Export and Import, 2010)
According the World Factbook, there were approximately $466.3 billion (US Dollars) worth of exports from South Korea in 2010 ($373.6 billion worth in 2009); which consisted of semiconductors, wireless telecommunications equipment, motor vehicles, computers, steel, ships, and petrochemicals.

Imports to the country were valued at approximately $417.9 billion in 2010 ($317.5 billion in 2009); mainly machinery, electronics and electronic equipment, oil, steel, transport equipment, organic chemicals, and plastics.

The following list shows the most important trading partners with South Korea for both exports and imports (2009) by percentage value.
South Korea, Seoul, Changdeokgung Palace grounds

Hong Kong
Saudi Arabia
Source: CIA World Factbook

Exchange Rate Table of Key Trading Partners and Major Markets against the South Korean Currency (KRW)

Exchange Rate Table of All Countries against Korean Won (KRW)

Korean Won exchange rate - quick converter

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