Get to know more about dataSpring's high-quality South Korean panel in this country profile snapshot and reference guide
We have grouped South Korea into three major areas to more easily track survey data for our clients. Depending on the purpose of the survey, we distribute questions into one or a number of the following areas:
Compared to companies of similar panel sizes, dataSpring has a higher count of South Korean teenage panelists. Furthermore, looking at dataSpring's panelist composition ratio by age, panelists in their 20s account for 35.37%. This is due to the fact that South Koreans in their teens and 20s are the most requested panel from our past clients and we have recruited heavily in this demographic.
The above information does not mean we have left out older panelists. Though older panelists are less in number, we have learned that they are more active than younger panelists. However, data collection and response rate for older panelists depends on the location and schedule. For this reason, we recommend checking the feasibility of the survey in advance by using our Free IR Check tool.
The concept of SEC is not very common in South Korea. For this reason, we often target individual and household monthly incomes when conducting online surveys.
*SEC is the socioeconomic characteristic that a consumer has - defined by variables such as income, educational background, occupation and so on. It stands for Social Economic Characteristics
South Korea is among the world's most ethnically homogeneous nations, with 96% of the population being ethnic Koreans. This being the case, it is very rare to specify target conditions and allocations based on ethnic group.
In 2015, it was reported that the average of women’s age on their first marriage was 30, demonstrating that getting married later was becoming more common. Many women live in their parents’ home while working before they get married. Also, more couples choose to work even after they get married. Because of this, household income tends to be higher than personal income.
South Korea is a growing economy, with trends coming and going and many businesses are striving to enter its market. It’s no surprise, that it is one of dataSpring’s most in-demand panels.
Before conducting online or mobile surveys in South Korea, it’s important to know its basic profile. For more in-depth information, talk to our Local Experts today!