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1,119.70 -7.55    -0.67%
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Type: Currency
Group: Exotic
Base: US Dollar
Second: Korean Won
  • Prev. Close: 1,127.25
  • Bid/Ask: 1,119.52 / 1,119.87
  • Day's Range: 1,118.67 - 1,128.16
USD/KRW 1,119.70 -7.55 -0.67%

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Prev. Close1,127.25
Bid1,119.52
Day's Range1,118.67 - 1,128.16
Open1,127.25
Ask1,119.87
52 wk Range1,053 - 1,151.65
1-Year Change - 2%
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USD/KRW News


BOK's Lee: Recent fall in KRW is not excessive
BOK's Lee: Recent fall in KRW is not excessive
By FXStreet - Jul 11, 2018

Bank of Korea (BOK) Governor Lee is out on wires stating that recent fall in the South Korean Won (KRW) does not look excessive when compared to the slide seen in other emerging...

Forex – Dollar Rises On Fed’s Second Rate Hike
Forex – Dollar Rises On Fed’s Second Rate Hike By Investing.com - Jun 13, 2018

Investing.com – The Japanese yen and Korean won gained a little ground against the dollar in morning trade in Asia while the Aussie dollar come under pressure after a...

USD/KRW Analysis


Stephen Innes
The Sky Hasn’t Fallen Just Yet By Stephen Innes - Jul 13, 2018

Trade War Escalates, but the sky hasn’t fallen just yet as optimism crept back into the market on reports of fresh bilateral trade negotiations between China and the US...

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Yun Sean
Yun Sean Aug 15, 2018 10:22AM ET
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BOK will raise its rate 0.25% this week:) It has no other option:)
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Yun Sean
Yun Sean Aug 02, 2018 10:40PM ET
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It is time go US$ Big Short against Korean Won:) BOK will hike its rate in Aug, it has no choice, but hiking its rate before Sep the Fed hiking:)
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Yun Sean
Yun Sean Jul 31, 2018 3:13PM ET
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Bank of Korea will hike its rate by 0.25% to 1.75% in Aug, and it will raise one more 0.25% in 4th Q:)
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Yun Sean
Yun Sean Jul 31, 2018 1:02AM ET
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Also, S.Korean corps is buying US$ Debt to hedge against Yuan and other SouthEast currencies such as Indonesia Rupiah, Malaysia Ringgit, Singapore$ unstable depreciation:) It is very very smart move:) Another strength point for Won:)
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Yun Sean
Yun Sean Jul 27, 2018 3:18AM ET
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S.Korean economy has no other options but hiking its rate 2more times in 3rd and 4th Q:)
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Yun Sean
Yun Sean Jul 27, 2018 3:17AM ET
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See? as I've said that Bank of Korea is going to hike its rate by 1.25% from 1.50% to 1.75% in Aug:)
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Hosuk Byun
Hosuk Byun Jul 20, 2018 9:33AM ET
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What a twitter Trump sent to the rest of the world. He should know better that weak dollar amid this market circumstances could be another disaster to US stock market in the near future...jeez!
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Albert Choi
Albert Choi Jul 20, 2018 9:33AM ET
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Agree.. but I don't think he's overly concerned about the stock market. Hard to conclude, but more so about the NWO.
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YJ Kim
YJ Kim Jul 19, 2018 4:01AM ET
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will wait until 1150
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YJ Kim
YJ Kim Jul 19, 2018 4:01AM ET
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wait until it reaches 1150
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Yun Sean
Yun Sean Jul 16, 2018 12:23AM ET
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Buy S.Korean Won, and Japanese Yen against Singapore$, Aussie$, Ringgit, NZ$, H.K$ Yuan Euro etc:)
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Yun Sean
Yun Sean Jul 16, 2018 12:23AM ET
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The more tariffs on Chinese goods, the better profits for S.Korean companies esp Samsung, LG, SK Hynix etc:)
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JAM ZI
JAM ZI Jul 13, 2018 8:32PM ET
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It seems BOK's representative has decided to cling with his president Moon. With its bad unempolyment rate(the problem which cannot be resolved unless the president is changed), South Korean money will fall into desperately. Most of all, please remember, KRW is still exotic currency and reacts sensitively to falling.
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JAM ZI
JAM ZI Jul 13, 2018 8:32PM ET
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Still expecting 1.150 in 1 month.
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Yun Sean
Yun Sean Jul 11, 2018 12:11AM ET
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Buy S.Korean Won, and Japanese Yen against Singapore$, Aussie$, Ringgit, NZ$, H.K$ Yuan Euro etc:)
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Yun Sean
Yun Sean Jul 11, 2018 12:10AM ET
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As you can see that US impose 200$ further tariffs against Chinese Goods, means that as you can see the Bloomberg report today, also as I said below that S.Korean and Japanese economies will be benefited the most due to the US Tariffs against China since ex) Samsung, LG, S.K Hynix, Toshiba, Hitachi, Toyota etc are the biggest supplying channels in the world:)
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Yun Sean
Yun Sean Jul 08, 2018 11:24PM ET
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Buy Yen and Won to hedge against trade-war esp against Aussie$, Singapore$, NZ$, HK$ and Euro:) As I've said that S.Korea and Japan are the biggest beneficiary from the trade-war as the largest supplying channels:)
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Yun Sean
Yun Sean Jul 01, 2018 12:51AM ET
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Sell Aussie$, Singapore$, NZ$, HK$, and Euro against Korean Won, the reason is that: ..In fact, the S.Korean domestic economy may be suffering from the holding interest rate by BOK due to increasing more and more goods from overseas esp oil and gas from US, Middle East and so on:) ..However, S.Korean companies such as LG Electronics, Samsung Electronics, S.K Hynix etc already became multi-national corps, means that they are free from the tension between China and USA as a great supplying channel unless China and USA both ban all of importing activities, means that US and China impose tariffs on both products not S.Korean goods esp intermediate products, which must be imported to manufacture complete products:)..As a matter of fact, the multi-national corps, mentioned above from S.Korea, will be the biggest winner as a great supplying channel as they have been in the world market since 2011yr:) ..However what about Aussie, NZ, H.K, Singapore etc? No Growth Engine for them:)
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Yun Sean
Yun Sean Jun 25, 2018 2:31AM ET
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BOK has no choice but hiking its rate very soon in a couple of week before 3rd week of July, 2018:)
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Yun Sean
Yun Sean Jun 25, 2018 1:16AM ET
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Take a look at the data where S.Korean companies send their goods?:) US? China? haha, not anymore, S.Korean companies esp like LG and Samsung have become the global supplying chain from 5years ago.
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Yun Sean
Yun Sean Jun 25, 2018 1:12AM ET
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Also, BOK will hike its rate very soon:) It may increase surprisingly more than 0.25-0.5%:) BOK has no choice but pushing up its rates:)
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Yun Sean
Yun Sean Jun 25, 2018 1:11AM ET
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Fundamentally,  the Won should be appreciated to the level of 900 won against US$:) In fact, S.Korean account surplus and trading surplus are already over-taking Japan and Eurozone countries and so on since 2015yr:)
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Bear Master
Bear Master Jun 22, 2018 11:30PM ET
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This pair really depends on US investment decision in Korea. Not really depends on what BOK does... BOK can hike the rate which I doubt they will soon but it won't impact that much anyway.
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JAM ZI Jun 21, 2018 10:25AM ET
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Basically agree with Yun's comment. Right, really doubt about AUD and NZD since these have no good fundamentals than KRW. But South Korea is depending extremely large portion of their economies to America and China. Their economy is not their own. Short-term(about 2mn) sentiment for USDKRW is going to 1,150 unless BOK do something powerful.
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Yun Sean
Yun Sean Jun 21, 2018 10:25AM ET
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Take a look at the data where they send their goods?:) US? China? haha, not anymore, S.Korean companies esp like LG and Samsung have become the global supplying chain from 5years ago.
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Yun Sean
Yun Sean Jun 20, 2018 11:37PM ET
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The most bubbled currencies in Asia are Singapore$, Aussie$, NZ$, H.K$. Their bubbles are being exploded now:) Singapore, Aussie, NZ, and H.K have no more economic growth engines. They are the most serious victims of Chinese debt-bubbled economy.
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Yun Sean
Yun Sean Jun 20, 2018 3:19AM ET
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See? This is the best time to go short US$ against Korean Won:) Also, very soon, Bank of Korea will hike its rate in July. Again, Korean Won will be stronger against US$ to the level of 900Won:)
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Yun Sean
Yun Sean Jun 18, 2018 4:28AM ET
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As you can see that it is the best time to go short USD against Korean Won:) I am making good profit. I will go short of Korean Won at 900won level against US$ in coming months:)
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