Korean Coinage Timeline

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  • 996 CE
    The first Korean coins are minted by the Goryeo Dynasty.
  • 1097 CE
    The Goryeo king, Sukjong, mints copper coins in Korea.
  • 1101 CE
    The unbyong (aka hwalgu) silver vases are first made and used as currency in Korea.
  • 1102 CE
    The Goryeo king, Sukjong, mints a second issue of copper coins in Korea.

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996 CE: The first Korean coins are minted by the Goryeo Dynasty.
 
 
1097 CE: The Goryeo king, Sukjong, mints copper coins in Korea.
 
 
1101 CE: The unbyong (aka hwalgu) silver vases are first made and used as currency in Korea.
 
 
1102 CE: The Goryeo king, Sukjong, mints a second issue of copper coins in Korea.
 
 
 
 
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