The World Bank ranks the country by its regulatory and key indicators as to the ease of doing business in comparison to other countries. Selected topics include starting, funding, or operating a business. Data can be downloaded to Excel. Reports (in .pdf) are generated annually and intended for small or medium-sized businesses.
The KRX lists 777 stocks and nearly 9,500 bonds as of November 2010 statistics. Find listings for the current and daily closing indexes, stocks, derivatives, bonds, and rules & regulations. The information center tab includes market summaries, trading activity by investor, publications, and a trading calendar.
Access to daily economic indicators, investor relations, treasury bonds, press releases, weekly & monthly news bulletins, and the minister's interviews and speeches. See the links page in the Customer Center button for direct web site access to national government ministries, NGO's, research institutes, and local authorities in provinces or cities, including the Seoul Metropolitan Government.
Uses international news feeds to gather latest information related to Korean businesses, products, and trends. Business news is also searchable by month/year to provide current and recently reported information.
Daily news in English reports on major areas of business & finance, plus technology, national and global news, and sports from the Korean perspective. Mouse over the "Money" tab to see business, finance, and industry news. (May require a paid subscription for full access.)
Bloomberg's index snapshot provides an interactive, printable chart for the trading volume. Time periods are adjustable - ranging from one day to the past five years. To add a comparison index to the interactive chart, click the orange question mark for directions. Per Wikipedia, the Korea Composite Stock Price Index (KOPSI) was introduced in 1983 as a common stock index, similar to the Dow Jones Industrial Average or S&P 500.