South korea's foreign reserves recorded a significant growth to reach 315.95 billion U.S. dollar at the end of March, where the South korea's foreign reserves considered the world's seventh largest holder of foreign reserves after China, Japan, Russia, China's Taiwan, Brazil and Switzerland.

The Bank Of Korea supported the foreign reserves' growth with the increase in investments and profits that exceeded the reduction in values of non-dollar denominated assets, adding that up 0.15 billion dollars from a month earlier.

Today's foreign reserves growth exceeded the high record of the previous two consecutive months, where the February's record reached 312.29 billion dollar.