South Korea import data is represented in the form of South Korea shipment data. Shipment data consists of different fields which contain different information on the particular shipment entering the country. The major fields are – Date, HS Code, HS Code Detail, Weight, Value, etc.
The information(s) we provide is sourced from authorized South Korean Port Authorities, Shipping & Logistics Companies, Trade Associations, Customs Departments, Government Bodies, and other authoritative links. South Korea import data is available from January 2013 to the present.
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Top imports of South Korea include Electronics with a share of 20.1% ($94.1 Billion), Mineral Fuels and Oils with a share of 18.5% ($86.5 Billion), Industrial Machinery with a share of 12.2% ($57.3 Billion), Optical, etc. Instruments with a share of 4.1% ($19.3 Billion), Vehicles with a share of 3.8% ($18.2 Billion), and so on, as per the South Korea import statistics of the year 2020.
South Korea trade data showed on the right features ‘Electronics’ as the highest imports, while the lowest imports were made for ‘Pharmaceuticals’. Both the sectors’ high and low demand can be studied through the South Korea import data.
Look at the South Korea import statistics and observe the figures. The highest imported products that are in demand for the South Korean market are electronics, minerals, and machinery.
South Korea majorly imports from China with a share of 23.3% ($108.8 billion total imports), the USA with a share of 12.4% ($57.7 billion total imports), Japan with a share of 9.8% ($46 billion total imports), Germany with a share of 4.4% ($20.6 billion total imports), Vietnam with a share of 4.4% ($20.5 billion total imports), and so on, as per the South Korea import statistics of the year 2020.
South Korea import data shows that the top import partner of South Korea is ‘China’. As per the South Korea trade data, the products South Korea imported the most from China were electronics and industrial machinery. As per the sources, South Korea’s biggest trading partner is China and continues to stand so as the top trading partner for South Korea. Look at the figures of China compared to other countries in the South Korea import statistics of 2020 on the left.