This report provides information about current issues and trends in the Korean economy through systematic summary of recent changes in major economic indicators. The report divides economic indicators into the following categories based on the importance and timeliness: real, external, financial/asset, finance and social sectors, and detailed indicators. The real sector category is composed of indicators related to the real economy, including economic growth rate, industrial production indices, and price. The external sector category includes indicators such as imports and exports, balance of payments, and exchange rate. The financial sector category comprises indicators such as interest rates, share prices, monetary aggregates, and the home sales price index. Finally, the social sector examined trends in economic and social changes through indicators such as population, fertility rate, employment rate, unemployment rate, and the Gini coefficient.