|Value||1 Hwan (1)|
|Size||111 × 54 mm|
Tracy L. Schmidt (editor); 2019. Standard Catalog of World Paper Money. Modern issues 1961-present (25th edition). Krause Publications, Iola, Wisconsin, USA.
And 2 more volumes.
Scripts: Chinese, Hangul
Translation: Korean banknote, One Won, The Bank of Korea
Emblem of the Bank of Korea
Scripts: Chinese, Hangul, Latin
The Bank of Korea
Translation: One Hwan, One Won
NOTE: The term "Hwan" is written in Hanja (圜) while "Won" is written in Hangul (원) and English. Those problems were attributed to an urgent need for new banknotes and the change in currency name, as well as the decision to commission the new notes to be manufactured in the United States. Unaware banknote catalog editors may erroneously categorize these notes as part of the old won system, such as the Standard Catalog of World Paper Money by Albert Pick
|ND (1953)||36%||Thick paper, without watermark|
|ND (1953)||59%||Thin paper, with watermark|
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