All over the world same situation is related to freight charges rising problems.
Most of South Korea's small to mid-sized companies involved in international trade believe the current supply chain issues will last longer than a year is according to a survey conducted by the Korea Federation of like on 500 companies from November 11th to the 18th more than 57. 

The situation is expected to last until age two next year over 21 projects the trend to continue until early 2023 higher than 83 percent fear their businesses are impacted by the global supply chain issues up 10 since last June.  
Most pick rise in rates for sea freights for shipping as the biggest problem faced to overall international trade Import & Export companies.