10000 South Korean won banknote (2007 issue)
The Bank of Korea issued South Korean Won banknotes in 5 different denominations,
including this 10000 South Korean won banknote (2007 issue). They are part of the current South Korean Won banknotes series. The Bank of Korea started issuing
these 10000 South Korean Won banknotes in 2007. They are currently still in circulation.
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 state national treasure number 230, the Honcheonsigye. This is an astrolabe made in 1669 by Song l-yeong. An astrolabe is a clock and inclinometer used by navigators and astronomers to show the position of the stars and planets. This side of the 10,000 South Korean won banknote also feaures the 14th Century Korean star map known as Cheonsang Yeolcha Bunyajido.
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