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The current set of Won banknotes circulating in the Republic of Korea consist of four denominations from 1,000 won to 50,000 won. This colourful set of South Korean Won banknotes, issued by the Seoul based Bank of Korea, depicts scholars in Confucianism.
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1000 South Korean won banknote (2007 issue)The portrait on this 1,000 won banknote from South Korea is of Yi Hwang, a Confucian scholar and contemporary of Yi l (who features on the 5,000 won note). Yi Hwang wrote under the nom de plume Toegye, and was also known as Gyeongho. He established the Dosan Seowan, a private academy for practice and … ContinuedYou get: £0.490001 KRW = £0.0004900000
2000 South Korean Won banknote (2018 Winter Olympics)This commemorative banknote of 2000 wons was issued in honour of the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games in South Korea. The grey-white and blue coloured 2000 KRW banknote features the seven official sports from the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Games: biathlon, bobsleigh, curling, ice hockey, luge, ski jumping and speed skating. The front of the banknote … ContinuedYou get: £0.980001 KRW = £0.0004900000
5000 South Korean won banknote (2006 issue)The 5,000 won banknote from the Republic of Korea features Yi l, who wrote under the name Yulgok. He is the son of Shin Saimdang, the woman portrayed on the 50,000 won banknote. In addition to being an acclaimed Confuscian scholar like his mother, he was also actively involved in politics and helped to bring … ContinuedYou get: £2.450001 KRW = £0.0004900000
10000 South Korean won banknote (2007 issue)The 10,000 won banknote has the portrait of Sejong the Great, the 15th Century ruler of the Josean Korean kingdom. He is credited with making Confucianism the norm in Korean society, and was the first to appoint people from across the social spectrum to government roles. The reverse of the 10,000 KRW bill shows the … ContinuedYou get: £4.900001 KRW = £0.0004900000
50000 South Korean won banknote (2009 issue)This brown and yellow 50,000 won banknote is the first Korean banknote to feature a woman’s portrait. It depicts Shin Saimdang, a 16th Century Korean artist and writer, and mother of Yulgok, the scholar featured on the 5,000 won note. Shin (or Sin) Saimdang also used the noms de plume Imsajae and Inimdang. She is … ContinuedYou get: £24.500001 KRW = £0.0004900000