Posted : 2013-05-02 22:31
Updated : 2013-05-02 22:31

For reopening Sugnyemun

Visitors look at a collection of banknotes featuring cultural relics in the lobby of Shinhan Bank's head office in Jung-gu, Seoul, Thursday. The banknotes, which are from 50 countries, will be displayed until May 10 in ommemoration of the reopening of Sungnyemun, Korea's National Treasure No. 1, after more than five years of restoration.
/ Courtesy of Shinhan Bank
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