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NZD to KRW Exchange Rate

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Code KRW
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Coins
₩1, ₩5, ₩10, ₩50, ₩100, ₩500
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₩1000, ₩5000, ₩10000, ₩50000

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About the currency

Coins and notes

Coins in South Korea range through ₩1, ₩5, ₩10, ₩50, ₩100 and ₩500, before the banknotes take over. They’ll each buy you ₩1,000, ₩5,000, ₩10,000 and ₩50,000 worth of things. The won is one of the only currencies in the world where the smallest distributed unit of currency is 50,000x smaller than the largest.

Facts about the currency

  • One tip: Make sure you declare anything above KRW 8,000,000 (or USD $10,000 total across any other currencies).
  • You might not see it on your trip, but officially one ‘won’ is worth 100 ‘jeon’ – but given that would be such an outrageously small unit of currency, it’s very seldom mentioned (just like the word ‘seldom’).
  • For a while the South Korean won was pegged to the US Dollar at 15 won per dollar, but on the right day a US dollar is now worth over 1,000 won!
  • Changes made to South Korean banknotes in 2006 made them far tougher to counterfeit – the ₩50,000 note boasts a colossal 22 security features.

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1 NZD = KRW on Travel Money Card

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