South Korea 50,000 Won Banknote, 2009 ND, P-57, Used, TAP Authenticated

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Verified Security Features:
  • Dimensions: 154 x 68 mm
  • Watermark: Shin Saim-dang and electrotype 5 within pentagon
  • Solid security thread with printed Bank of Korea 50000

This used 50,000 South Korean won is a standard circulation banknote introduced by the Bank of Korea in 2009. It is a yellow and green banknote that measures 154 mm x 68 mm. Its obverse side shows tree branches, the Mukpododo painting of a grape leaf and berries, a Chochungdo-subyeong folding screen painting of an eggplant, and a portrait of painter and author Shin Saim-dang in a hanbok. Its reverse side is vertically oriented and depicts a poongjukdo painting of a bamboo tree and a Wolmaedo painting of a Japanese apricot tree. Security features include a t’aeguk registration device, a holographic stripe with demetalized Bank of Korea 50000, a windowed motion security thread, a solid security thread with printed Bank of Korea 50000 in English and Korean text, and a watermark of Shin Saim-dang with an electrotype 5 within a pentagon. The details of this note have been verified and TAP Authenticated by Banknote World experts.

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