Exchange Rate USD Dollars to South Korean Won

πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ 1 Dollars = 1139 South Korean Won πŸ‡°πŸ‡·

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Conversion Table

USD Dollars KRW Won
1 Dollars $ 1,139 South Korean Won
2 Dollars $ 2,278 South Korean Won
5 Dollars $ 5,695 South Korean Won
10 Dollars $ 11,390 South Korean Won
50 Dollars $ 56,950 South Korean Won
100 Dollars $ 113,900 South Korean Won
200 Dollars $ 569,500 South Korean Won
1,000 Dollars $ 1,139,000 South Korean Won
2,000 Dollars $ 2,278,000 South Korean Won
5,000 Dollars $ 5,695,000 South Korean Won
KRW Won USD Dollars
1,000 South Korean Won $ 0.88 Dollars
2,000 South Korean Won $ 1.76 Dollars
5,000 South Korean Won $ 4.39 Dollars
10,000 South Korean Won $ 8.78 Dollars
50,000 South Korean Won $ 43.90 Dollars
100,000 South Korean Won $ 87.80 Dollars
200,000 South Korean Won $ 175.59 Dollars
1,000,000 South Korean Won $ 877.96 Dollars
2,000,000 South Korean Won $ 1,755.93 Dollars
5,000,000 South Korean Won $ 4,389.82 Dollars

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501 USD Dollars      570639 KRW Won
Today Mar/09/2021 with a exchange rate of 1 Dollars = 1139 South Korean Won, you will get 570639 South Korean Won with 501 Dollars

FAQs

How much is $100 USD Dollars in KRW Won?

$100 Dollars currently exchanges at $ 113900 South Korean Won (exchange rate today is 1139)

And $100 KRW Won to USD Dollars?

$100 South Korean Won are equal to $ 0.09 Dollars (based on today's exchange rate = 1139).

Do Korean stores accept USD Dollars?

Yes, but in some cases. On Airports and major places and cities might be accepted, but it depends on the store and where in Korea you are traveling to.

Can I withdraw money at any ATM? From any bank?

It depends on your bank, and in some cases, it could be costly. Before moving forward, make sure to call your American bank and check the fees for using the ATM network in another country, ask specifically the usage fees in Korea.

Is the airport the best place to exchange money and get South Korean Won?

For sure NO, but you could exchange the money required to pay the taxi to get to your hotel in Korea and then think about exchanging money in a currency exchange house or kiosk.

How can I get the best exchange rate?

Research first and check nearby currency exchange houses. Avoid, if feasible, exchanging at the airport when arriving in Korea, tourist areas, and train stations.

Tips about money exchanging

Tip 1

Check that each South Korean Won bill that you receive is in perfect condition, with no marks or scratches.

Tip 2

Avoid exchanging the money on the street because of its insecurity. The best thing is to use official exchange offices/houses in Korea where you can change safely.

Tip 3

Double-check prices of different exchange offices so that you are not surprised at that moment.

Facts about US bills

  1. Highest dollar bill is $10,000
  2. Women on US bills? Yes, Martha Washington
  3. Percentage of $1 bills? 45% printed bills
  4. 90% of the bills contain cocaine residue
  5. ISO code is USD More here
  6. Why there are 13 stars on the $1 bill? Because of the 13 original colonies.
  7. Broadly called American dollar, although there are dollars from other countries

How to detect fake US dollar bills?

  • Feel the texture of the paper
  • Check the thinness of the bill
  • Compare with another same denomination bill
  • Look for blurry areas around the borders
  • All US bills have colored fibers in the paper
  • Verify the portrait (should not appear blurred, nor dull)

More details here: WikiHow.

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Facts about South Korean Won bills

  1. Banknotes frequently used are β‚©1,000, β‚©5,000, β‚©10,000, β‚©50,000
  2. ISO code is KRW More here
  3. Women on a Korean banknote? Yes, Shin Saimdang on β‚©1,000 bill
  4. There is no plural word for Won
  5. North Korea does not use the same currency as South Korea

How to detect fake Korean Won bills?

  • Hologram, at different angles you can see the map of Korea
  • It has watermarks for security
  • Compare with another same denomination bill
  • Look for blurry areas around the borders
  • All South Korean Won bills have colored fibers in the paper
  • Verify the portrait (should not appear blurred, nor dull)

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