Para convertir 29,000.00 Korean Wons in Chilean Pesos, debe multiplicar 29,000.00 x 0.58, puesto que 1.00 KRW=0.58 CLP
INFORMATION ABOUT KOREAN WON
We show the updated today’s value/price of Korean won (KRW).You can get the exchange from Korean won to another currency by introducing the value or amount of Korean won (KRW) in the box and clicking the convert button. This way you can get the Korean won’s price in relation to other currencies.
INTRODUCTION TO THE KOREAN WON
The South Korean won is the official currency of South Korea since 1947 replacing the Korean yen that was the legal tender. It is used by approximately 48 million seven hundred thousand people. You can check the today value of the South Korean won and check its price.
The Bank of Korea is an organization founded in 1950. Among its functions there are being the only issuer of bills and coins of the country, to formulate monetary and credit policies and achieve the prices stability.
Name: KOREAN WON
Bills: ₩ 1000, ₩ 5000, ₩ 10.000, ₩ 50.000
Coins: jeon = 1/100 of one won. ₩ 1, ₩ 5, ₩ 10, ₩ 50, ₩ 100, ₩ 500
Issuing Agent: Bank of Korea Web: http://eng.bok.or.kr/
INFORMATION ABOUT CHILEAN PESO
We show the updated today’s value/price of Chilean peso (CLP).You can get the exchange from Chilean peso to another currency by introducing the value or amount of Chilean peso (CLP) in the box and clicking the convert button. This way you can get the Chilean peso’s price in relation to other currencies.
INTRODUCTION TO THE CHILEAN PESO
The Chilean peso was introduced in 1975, replacing the escudo and becoming the official currency of Chile. It is used by approximately 17 million seven hundred thousand people. You can check the today value of Chilean peso and check its price.
The peso has been the currency of Chile since 1817, when replaced the colonial real. It was only replaced by the escudo between 1960 and 1975, coming back in that year as the legal tender in Chile.
The Banco Central de Chile is a self-governed organization, with constitutional status, technical, with legal personality, with its own equity instruments and indefinite duration. It was created in 1925 and it regulates the amount of money and credit circulating, executes operations of international exchange and gives monetary, lending, financial and international exchange regulations.
Countries that use the currency: Chile
Name: CHILEAN PESO
Bills: 1000, 2000, 5000, 10.000 and 20.000 pesos.
Coins: cents = 1/100 until 1983. 1, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100 and 500 pesos.
Issuing Agent: Banco Central de Chile Web: http://www.bcentral.cl/