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Economics of available alternatives in the transmission planning are evaluated by the investment cost, loss cost and congestion cost. Congestion/loss cost is calculated in many years and many load levels by unit commitment of generators, optimal dispatch, load flow, judgement about transmission congestion and re-dispatch to reduce the congestion. The greatest difficulties to introduce variable optimization techniques on the transmission planning is the convergence of load flow. In this paper, economics in the transmission planning are evaluated using DC load flow, and case study is conducted on the Korea power system by proposed congestion/loss calculation methods.