5000 South Korean won banknote (2006 issue)
The Bank of Korea issued South Korean Won banknotes in 5 different denominations,
including this 5000 South Korean won banknote (2006 issue). They are part of the current South Korean Won banknotes series. The Bank of Korea started issuing
these 5000 South Korean Won banknotes in 2006. They are currently still in circulation.
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 Confucian principles and values to government practice in South Korea. The painting of insects and plants on the reverse of the 5000 KRW note is by Yulgok’s mother Shin Saimdang.
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1 KRW = £0.00054
You get: £2.70
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