50000 South Korean won banknote (2009 issue)
50000 South Korean won banknote (2009 issue)

50000 South Korean won banknote (2009 issue)

The Bank of Korea issued South Korean Won banknotes in 4 different denominations, including this 50000 South Korean won banknote (2009 issue). They are part of the current South Korean Won banknotes series. The Bank of Korea started issuing these 50000 South Korean Won banknotes in 2009. They are currently still in circulation.

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 referred to as Eojin Eomeoni (Wise Mother) and lauded as a model of Confucianism in the Republic of Korea.

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