How Much is 2 Million Won?

The basic unit of the Korean Won is the Korean Won. The currency unit of South Korea is 원, the Chinese character is written as yuan or won, and the pinyin is expressed as WON (₩). Sometimes the old name 円 (원, Won) is also used. The Internatio

 

The basic unit of the Korean Won is the Korean Won. The currency unit of South Korea is "원", the Chinese character is written as "yuan" or "won", and the pinyin is expressed as "WON" (₩). Sometimes the old name "円" (원, Won) is also used. The International Organization for Standardization ISO 4217 defines its standard code as KRW. There are two types of Korean currency, banknotes and coins. There are four kinds of banknotes: 1,000 won, 5,000 won, 10,000 won, and 50,000 won. It is easy to distinguish according to the historical figures and colors printed on the banknotes. There are a total of 1 won, 5 won, 10 won, 50 won, 100 won, and 500 won in Korean coins. , 6 coins. There are four types of coins in circulation: 10 won, 50 won, 100 won, and 500 won (10 won is the smallest unit). On June 23, 2009, the Bank of Korea, the central bank of Korea, issued a banknote with a face value of 50,000 won (about 40 US dollars), which is the largest banknote issued by the country so far. Yuan coins have been out of circulation since February 2001.

The exchange rate of the Korean won to the US dollar today is:

1 KRW = $0.00080

According to today's exchange rate, 2,000,000 won can be exchanged for 1,600.0000 US dollars. The data is for reference only, and the transaction price at the bank counter shall prevail.