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South Korea 1,000 Won Banknote, 2007 ND, P-54, Used

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South Korea 1,000 Won banknote from 2007 ND, has a pick number of P-54, is in (Used) condition and features Toegye Yi Hwang.

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    SOKO54C
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    Used
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The South Korea 1,000 Won banknote was released in 2007 by the Bank of Korea. The note has blue, purple, and green combinations and is 136 x 68 mm in size. Its obverse features a Japanese apricot tree branch with blossoms, the Myungryundang lecture hall building located in Daegu, and a picture of Confucian scholar Toegye Yi Huang wearing a traditional Korean dress called hanbok. The banknotes reverse displays the bank logo depicting a hibiscus flower, the Gaesang junggeodo watercolor painting of mountain landscape with water, trees, a boat, and t-aeguk. The 136 x 68 mm bears a windowed security thread and a watermark that shows Toegye Yi Hwang and an electrotype 1000. Additionally, it has a two-comma roundel taeguk as a registration device. This banknote is in used condition.

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