10000 South Korean won banknote (Gyeonghoeru Pavilion)
The Bank of Korea issued South Korean Won banknotes in 11 different denominations,
including this 10000 South Korean won banknote (Gyeonghoeru Pavilion). They are part of the withdrawn South Korean Won banknotes series. The Bank of Korea started issuing
these 10000 South Korean Won banknotes in 1983. They were withdrawn from circulation in 2007.
These older 10,000 won banknotes from the Republic of Korea (South Korea) feature a portrait of Sejong the Great. They also show Korea’s National Treasure ‘Borugak Jagyeongnu’, the water clock of Borugak Pavillion, on the obverse side. The reverse side of the old 5000 won note shows the beautiful Khonghoeru Pavillion, part of the Gyeongbokgung Palace complex in Seoul, built in 1395.
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