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South Korea embarked on this currency conversion, the third in twelve years, after a military junta government (1961-1963) attempted to fund its economic development plans by confiscating all of the nation's cash in order to take a cut of it.Poor planning and execution led to the failure of the currency reform: The "cash-recall" scheme generated almost no funding for the government (very few Koreans had much money in 1962), and the only lasting outcome was the revaluing of the nation's currency at a 10 to 1 rate, and the resulting name-change for the currency.Grain coins were put to use within the kingdoms for a long period of time.The kingdom of Goryeo issued its own version of grain coins and till 1097.Ironically, marks the solo directing debut of industry veteran Shirley Yung Sau-lan, who co-directed the abysmal horror Angel Whispers with Carrie Ng Ka-lai last year and has produced her fair share of local films over the years, including .
The reform involved converting from the hwan (환)-denominated currency (1953-1962) to a new won (원) denomination (1962-present), and revaluing the Korean currency downward.Everything changes when Chu catches the eye of young movie mogul Jeff (Alex Lam Tak-shun), who casts her as the lead of mega-budget Lunar New Year movie 2047, directed by an artistic type called Ka Wai – a lame parody of Wong Kar-wai’s .By chance, Lai is assigned to expose Chu’s marital status, just as Jeff begins to aggressively hit on her.; symbol: ₩; code: KRW) or the Korean Republic Won is the currency of South Korea.
A single won is divided into 100 jeon, the monetary subunit.This currency, in addition to all of the subsequent banknotes and coins released since the 1962 currency reform, are still considered legal tender.