Korea (South) stamps

P=have O=don’t have it

Flag of Korea, South


#77a

Scott: #77O

Issued: 1.8.1947

Resumption of International Mail Service

Inside #77: Stamps on Envelopes


#98

Scott: #98O

Issued: 0.0.1949

Definitive

Inside #98: Stamp on Envelope


#232#233#234

Scott: #232-34O

Issued: 4.12.1956

Postal Day

#1 Inside #233: Korea #1O


#454

Scott: #454O

Issued: 4.12.1964

80th Anniversary, Korean Postal System

  Inside #454: Korea #5O

This stamp was never placed in use.


#534

Scott: #534O

Issued: 13.6.1966

6th International Letter Writing Week

Inside #534: Stamp on Envelope

Obviously, the Bureau of Posts plans to issue this Special Sheet in celebration of the 5th Postal Week, (which was planned for 20.5.1961), was curtailed due to Park Chon-hee's Military Revolution, which began on 16.5.1961, 4 days before the planned release. Five years later, the completed Special Sheet was taken off-the-shelf and over-printed with the 6th Postal Week, and issued on 13.6.1966


#602

Scott: #602O

Issued: 31.5.1968

First Postman's Day

Inside #602: Stamp on Envelope


#712

Scott: #712O

Issued: 1.7.1970

Introduction of Postal Zone Numbers

Inside #712: Pseudo Stamp

Postcodes of the World


#815

Scott: #815O

Issued: 1.4.1972

10th Anniversary, Asian-Oceanic Postal Union

Inside #815: Stamp on Envelope


#875

Scott: #875O

Issued: 12.10.1973

Philatelic Week

Inside #875: Stamp Collecting

#875a

Scott: #875aO


#916

Scott: #916P

Issued: 17.10.1974

90th Anniversary, Korean Stamps

#1 Inside #916: Korea #1O

#2 Inside #916: Korea #2O

#916a

Scott: #916aP


#997

Scott: #997O

Issued: 8.10.1975

Philatelic Week

Inside #997: Stamp Collecting


#1339#1340

Scott: #1339-40P

Issued: 22.4.1983

PHILAKOREA '84

#1 Inside #1339: Korea #1O

#2 Inside #1339: Korea #2O

#1201 Inside #1340: Korea #1201O


#1356

Scott: #1356O

Issued: 18.11.1983

11th Philatelic Week

Inside #1356: Stamp Collecting

#1356a

Scott: #1356aO


#1363

Scott: #1363O

Issued: 22.4.1984

Korean Postal Service

Inside #1363: Pseudo Stamp

Scan not available

Scott: #1363aO


#1389#1390

Scott: #1389-90O

Issued: 22.10.1984

PHILAKOREA '84

Inside #1389-90: Pseudo Stamp

#1389a

Scott: #1389aO

#1390a

Scott: #1390aO


#1446

Scott: #1446O

Issued: 18.11.1985

12th Philatelic Week

Inside #1446: Stamp on Envelope


#1475

Scott: #1475O

Issued: 18.11.1986

13th Philatelic Week

Inside #1475: Pseudo Stamp


#1503

Scott: #1503O

Issued: 18.11.1987

14th Philatelic Week

Inside #1503: Pseudo Stamp


#1515

Scott: #1515O

Issued: 19.9.1988

OLYMPHILEX '88

Inside #1515: Pseudo Stamps

#1515a

Scott: #1515aO


#1669

Scott: #1669O

Issued: 16.11.1991

Philatelic Week

Inside #1669: Pseudo Stamps

#1669a

Scott: #1669aO


#1687

Scott: #1687O

Issued: 14.11.1992

Philatelic Week

Inside #1687: Pseudo Stamp

#1687a

Scott: #1687aO


#1792#1793#1794

#1795

Scott: #1792-5O

Issued: 22.8.1994

21st UPU Congress

Inside #1792-5: Pseudo Stamps

#1792b

Scott: #1792aO

#1792a

Scott: #1793bO


Scott: #????-?O

Issued: 22.8.1994

21st UPU Congress

Inside #????-?: Stamps on Envelopes


#1942

Scott: #1942O

Issued: 9.10.1998

World Stamp Day

Inside #1942: Pseudo Stamps


Scan not available

Scott: #????O

Issued: 10.5.2000

Centenary, First Postal Card

Scan not available Inside #????: Korea H&G #1 (indicium detail)


#2048

Scott: #2048O

Issued: 27.4.2001

Publicity, International Olympic Fair

 Inside #2048: Greece #120O

Thanks to Sergei Divid for the scan

#2048a

Scott: #2048aO


Scott: #2064O

Issued: 9.10.2001

Dialogue among Civilizations

Inside #2064: Pseudo Stamp on Envelope

Thanks to Lloyd Gilbert


20072007A

Scott: #2257O

Issued: 1.8.2007

Philately Week Special - Korea's First stamps

#1 Inside #2257: Korea #1O

#2 Inside #2257: Korea #2O

2007B

Scott: #2257cO


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Scott: #????O

Issued: ??.??.2008

PHILAKOREA 2009, 24th Asian International Stamp Exhibition

Inside #????: Pseudo Stamp on Tab


Scott: #2286a-bO

Issued: 7.8.2008

Philately Week 2008

#34 Inside #2286a: Korea #34O

#176 Inside #2286b: Korea #176O

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Scott: #2286cO


2009

Scott: #2315O

Issued: 30.7.2009

Philately Week 2009

#19 Inside #2315: Korea #19O

#640 Inside #2315: Korea #640O

Scott: #2315cO

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Scott: #????O

Thanks to Lou Guadagno

This year’s special stamp issued to commemorate Philately Week takes the form of a “stamp in a stamp.” The stamps introduced as “stamp in a stamp” are definitive stamps issued in May 1900 (worth 1-cheun, Taegeuk and Plum Blossoms) and definitive stamps issued in May 1969 (worth 7-won, National flag, Taegeukgi). They are introduced in a triangle-shaped stamp. The definitive stamp worth 1 cheun is one of the Plum Blossoms (called Ihwa in Korean) definitive stamps - the first stamps to be printed in Korea. The definitive stamp worth 7 won is the first stamp to be printed in Korea using the gravure printer since its introduction in Korea. This special stamp will be a photochromic stamp that reacts to ultraviolet light: such items on the two sides of the stamp as ‘ ’, ‘ ’, ‘ ’ and ‘ ’ will change from dyed color into a red color, when they are exposed to direct sunlight. This special stamp in the form of “stamp in a stamp,” which was first introduced in 2007, will continue into its 2010 version.

 

2009a

To Check?


2010

Scott: #2339O

Issued: 29.7.2010

Philately Week 2010

#1197 %231198

Inside #2339: Korea #1197-8O

Scott: #2339cO

To encourage stamp collecting and to broaden the stamp culture, Korea Post has designated a “philately week” every year and held the Korea Philatelic Exhibition during that week. This year, the Korea Philatelic Exhibition will be held from July 29 to August 2 at A Hall A1 (ex-Pacific Hall), COEX, under the theme of “a cool, cultural world where stamps and letters meet.”

In the 2010 Korea Philatelic Exhibition, a variety of experiences and eye-entertaining events will be presented. There will be enjoyable events involving stamps such as visiting cultural relics through stamps, printing hand-stamps as Ahn Jung-geun, the patriot, did, figuring out large-scale stamp puzzles and “I can also be the main character of the stamp” (photo zone of My Own Stamp). Five hundred frames of excellent stamp exhibits will be displayed. The “Stamp Culture Promotion Room” will showcase stamps that have won awards in the International Postage Stamp Design Contests, stamps that focus on environmental protection, stamps featuring dinosaurs, and stamps on historical figures. Also the “Korea Post Special Room” will introduce Korea Post’s footprints through stamps and posts, and will display how postman’s uniforms, postboxes and post office vans have changed through the years. The “Green Post Office” will introduce future-oriented postal systems such as e-green post, internet stamps, etc. The “Korea Minting and Security Printing Corporation Room” will show the process of stamp printing. The “Stamp & Letter-Writing Culture Room” will allow visitors to directly experience writing letters and attaching stamps. This festival where every family member can experience stamps will be an unforgettable experience.

As the last installment of the “stamp in a stamp” series that have been issued since 2007, this year’s special stamp issued to commemorate the “Philately Week” features the “5000 Years of Korean Art” special stamps (featuring black and red statues of the Deva King (Vajradhara)), Korea’s first intaglio stamp. This special stamp will be a photochromic stamp that reacts to ultraviolet light: such items as “1980” ,“30” will change from a dyed color to the red color, when they are exposed to direct sunlight.


Best website related:

http://www.koreapost.go.kr/eng/index.jsp

http://www.postmuseum.go.kr/English/images/top_01.jpg

http://www.pennfamily.org/KSS-USA/sk-kss-korbase.html

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http://www.pennfamily.org/KSS-USA/kss-main.html

Beautiful Mint Thai Stamps and much more

http://www.hellostamp.com/201001skr_en.htm

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