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South Korea 5,000 Won Banknote, 2006 ND, P-55, UNC

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South Korea 5,000 Won Banknote with a pick number P-55 is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features Yulgok Yi I.

  • SKU:
    SOKO55U
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    UNC
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The South Korea 5,000 Won Banknote was issued by the Bank of Korea in 2006 in a red, yellow, green, and blue color combinations. The obverse of the note features Confusian scholar Yulgok Yi I wearing a traditional Korean dress called “hanbok”. It also depicts the Ojukheon (Mongryoungsil) building, a round holographic patch, and ojuk (black bamboos). The reverse displays the hibiscus flower bank logo, a swallowtail butterfly, watermelons, cockscomb flowers, a and katydid cricket. The banknote contains a solid security thread with printed Korean text Bank of Korea 5000, a registration device that shows t’aeguk (two comma roundel), and a watermark that reveals Yulgok Yi I and an electrotype 5000. The paper bill is 142 x 68 mm in size and is in uncirculated condition.

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