|Chungmugong Yi Sun-shin Youngjeong (Hyeonchungsa Temple)|
It is expected that the Bank of Korea, which is reviewing the processing method of the headstone containing the letters of Hirobumi Ito (Lee Deung-Bak-moon, 1841-1909), will change the picture of Youngdo, the great figure in the currency drawn by pro-Japanese painters, to a new picture. The BOK has used the standard yeongjeong set by the government in consideration of the publicity of the currency as a currency design, because the designation of the standard yeongjeong could be lifted due to the pro-Japanese actions of writers who portrayed the spirits contained in the currency, such as Admiral Yi Sun-shin, Chungmu-gong.
According to the BOK on the 10th, if the government’s designation for a portrait of a great man (like Yi Sun-shin) in monetary patterns is lifted, the BOK plans to consider changing the pattern.
Among the current currencies, the author of the government standard Yeongjeong in 100 won (Lee Soon-shin), 5,000 won (Yulgok Lee), 10,000 won (Sejong the Great), and 50,000 won (Shinsaimdang) became a pro-general national actor from the Pro-general People’s Behavior Committee in 2009. Classified. Painter Lee Soon-shin, Young Jeong-eun, artist Jang Woo-seong, Lee and Shin-Imdang, painter Young Jeong-eun, Kim Eun-ho, and King Sejong the Great, Young Jeong-eun, Kim Ki-chang.
Standard Yeongjeong refers to the Yeongjeong designated by the Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism in order to prevent Seonhyun’s youngjeong from being disturbed.
The first thing that seems to change on the outside is a 100 won coin. The Chungmugong Yeongjeong, painted by artist Jang Woo-sung, has been inscribed on a 100 won price since 1983.
The 100 won standard Yeongjeong is being deliberated by the Yeongjeong Dongsang Deliberation Committee of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism as the Hyeonchungsa Management Office applied for the cancellation of the designation, and a conclusion is expected soon. Previously, the yeongjeong of Yu Gwan-soon, painted by artist Chang, became the standard yeongjeong in 1978, and was later lifted.
An official from the BOK said, “Because it will be the first to be concluded whether the designation of Chungmugong Yeongjeong is lifted, so if it is changed, the appearance of 100 won will be changed first.” “Since you can melt the current coins and make a new one, do not change the size or material. “It doesn’t cost a lot of money to replace it.”
For bills such as 5,000 won, 10,000 won, and 50,000 won notes, there is currently no application for cancellation of the standard denomination. However, Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Park Yang-woo said in a national audit last month that he would consider whether the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism could cancel the designation of the 13th place, drawn by controversial painters other than Chung Mu-gong Young-jeong, without the owner’s request.
An official from the BOK said, “We will discuss countermeasures when the designation of the standard yeongjeong is lifted even for the banknotes written by the pro-Japanese painter. It is estimated that it will cost about 470 billion won to change the three bills.
When replacing the pattern in the currency, you have to decide whether to wait until the standard movie of the same person is produced, or whether to change it to a different person or non-person.
Meanwhile, the BOK is discussing the processing procedure with the Cultural Heritage Administration for the headstone of the main building containing Ito Hirobumi’s writings.
Four treatment methods are discussed: the demolition of the headstone, the deletion of the text in the headstone, the cover to cover the current headstone with another stone, and the installation of a guide to inform the historical facts.
BOK Governor Lee Ju-yeol said in the recent national bureau, “I think it is quite late as a result,” and “I will do it as soon as possible.”