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Nearly 50% of Chinese enterprises account for nearly 50% of the Korean cross -border e -comm

  • Release Date:2023-11-07
It is reported that according to the South Korean Customs Department, from the first quarter of 2023 to the third quarter, South Korean cross -border e -commerce online purchase volume was 479.2826 trillion won (about 26.62 billion yuan), an increase of 20.4%year -on -year.

From the perspective of the transaction object, the United States is 139.2878 trillion won, accounting for 29.1%; China is 22.217 trillion won, accounting for 46.4%.The report also said that in the first three quarters of this year, the amount of Chinese consumers Haitao's Chinese goods increased by 106%year -on -year, which was far higher than the US increase of 9.7%.

The Yonhap News Agency explained that the improvement of Chinese companies in the market status of cross -border e -commerce online shopping in South Korea is closely related to the rapid development of Chinese e -commerce companies.For example, Alibaba's global speed sales entered the Korean market in 2018, and quickly increased the market share with the price advantage.

According to relevant statistics, as of September this year, the number of Korean users in global AliExpress applications was 5.45 million, an increase of 2.6 times from September 2020 (1.52 million).

The report also said that the growth of Temu, a cross -border e -commerce TEMU under Pinduoduo, has also increased significantly. From August to September, the number of Korean users in TEMU increased from 520,000 to 1.7 million.

South Korea's "ETODAY" News Network said on the 5th that Temu is characterized by the slogan "Shopping like a billionaire", attracting a large number of Korean customers who pursue cost -effectiveness.

According to Statista's statistics, South Korea's e -commerce penetration rate is high, and the Internet penetration rate exceeds 97%. It is one of the most developed countries in the global e -commerce market. The scale of online shopping is over 142.9 billion US dollars.

According to data from the National Bureau of Statistics of South Korea, Chinese goods account for 26%of the Korean cross -border e -commerce market. Highly similar fashion trends and cultural aesthetics have made Korean consumers accept high acceptance of Chinese products.