Wednesday, 18th, 2019 | 1:05AM Updated

As of end-February, South Korea had the world's eighth-largest foreign currency reserves.
South Korea's Foreign Reserves Down In February As Value Of Non-Dollar Assets Fell

The Bank of Korea aims to eventually get rid of the metal coins by 2020.
Bank Of Korea Selects Operators For Its Pilot To Promote Coinless Society

South Korea worries that US criticism of its current account surplus could lead to a possible tagging as a currency manipulator by Washington.
South Korea's Current Account Surplus Narrows To $5.28 Billion In January

In 2016, banks' average daily foreign exchange turnover stood at US$48.38 billion, compared to 48.43 billion in 2015, the Bank of Korea said.
Daily FX Turnover Of South Korea's Banks Down In 2016

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The US is working closely with South Korea for the deployment of the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) missile system.
Trump Will Not Likely Focus On South Korean Trade Issue For Now

In 2016, South Korea posted a US$23.3 billion trade surplus with the United States.
South Korea Protests Financial Times' Report Alleging It's A Currency Manipulator

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