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On June 23, 2009, the Bank of Korea released the 50,000 Won note. On the front a portrait of Shin Saimdang, a prominent 16th-century female artist, calligrapher, and mother of Confucian scholar Yulgok can be seen. Yulgok is also known as Yi I, whom we can find on the 5,000 Won note. This note is the first Korean banknote that features the portrait of a woman. 100,000 won notes were also announced, but their release was later canceled. However, there has been many complaints about how the new 50,000 won note looks very similar to the 5,000 won note. [Wikipedia]South Korean Won intro

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