South Korean c bank considering currency exchange

SOUTH KOREA - The South Korean central bank said Friday that it is preparing for the matter of converting South and North Korean won ready for eventual Korean unification.

"If South Korea continues to grow, we should prepare for the issuance of a large denomination bill and the exchange of the two Koreas' currencies," said the Bank of Korea Governor Park Seung at a KBS radio programme in the day.

"Currency exchange will be brought up as a very important task when South Korea's per-capita income

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