The benchmark Korea Composite Stock Price Index(KOSPI) on Friday eased one-point-14 points, or point-05 percent, after two consecutive days of record-setting sessions to close at two-thousand-473-point-62. 

The tech-heavy KOSDAQ also fell, down three-point-46 points, or point-52 percent. It closed the week at 663-point-08. 

On the foreign exchange market, the value of the local currency strengthened four-point-three won against the U.S. dollar, closing at one-thousand-128-point-nine won.