KEB will sell foreign currency package for kids’ New Year giftKorea Exchange Bank said it will sell a package of foreign currencies to be handed by adults to children as a Lunar New Year’s greeting.
It is traditional for children to greet their elders during the holiday by bowing. In return, adults give them a small amount of money.
KEB’s packages will come with a brief explanation of the currency and the famous figures that can be seen on the note. A total 15,000 sets will be on sale starting Wednesday and the price will depend on the foreign exchange value of that day.
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