South Korea GIS Maps & Data

LeadDog provides a detailed set of GIS street,road maps and POIs for South Korea. With accurate and up-to-date maps, our maps are in use by government, fleet logistics, GPS tracking and site selection.

LeadDog South Korea City Streets maps cover the capital city Seoul. Other city maps are in development. Please contact us.

South Korea City Streets maps include streets, street names, street classifications, points of interests, landuse, water, neighborhood points and railroads. Routing / navigation versions are available. All maps are updated regularly.

South Korea Major Roads & Highways- Seamlessly integrated with the City Streets product, our nationwide Major Roads map set includes all major highways and roads, city/town/place points, railroads, airports, water (significant lakes & rivers), detailed urban area polygons, national parks and administrative boundaries (country/province/municipal). Contours and landclass are also available. Scale: 1:250,000 or better.

As of early 2014, the Korean government is considering releasing a 1:25,000 scale map for the country.  We are working with local partners to define the use cases, licensing and pricing.  Considering no local mapping has ever been released due to export laws, this is a significant development.  Please contact us to receive a sample. 

1:25,000 scale layers include:
* Expressways, national and local roads with road numbers. 
* Railways, railway bridges and tunnels.
* Extensive points of interest including police stations, government offices, post offices,    schools, churches, factories, TV and radio broadcast stations, banks, hospitals, etc.
* Administrative boundaries such as province, city, districts, town, villages. 
* Building outlines including commercial, row houses, apartments and office buildings. 
* Natural features such as water and contours. 

Demographics:
South Korea administrative boundaries and demographics are available. The details are:
3,500 administrative polygons to the small town or division of city/district and called “dong” or “eup” or “myeon”.  Examples are “Seocho 1-dong”, “Gwangan 1-dong”, ”Chaeun-myeon” and “Mabuk-dong”.   Each polygon has 15,000 population on average. 

Demographic variables:
* Population information – sex/5-year-old unit Demographic info, household number.
* House information – Total number of house, (Apartments / Flats / sole, etc.).
* Average Income. 
* Business property information – Employees/Establishments by Industry Classifieds.

Commercial high resolution satellite imagery from multiple sources available for license.