South Korea's foreign exchange reserves hit a record high in April.
The Bank of Korea said Thursday that they amounted to some four-hundred-52 billion U.S. dollars an increase of around six billion dollars compared to March.
It attributed the rise to the weaker greenback as well as an increase in revenue from foreign currency assets.
The previous record was set two months ago.
As of March, South Korea's reserves were the ninth largest in the world.