Synonyms for hwan or Related words with hwan

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Examples of "hwan"
"Ya makanya sadanya anak cucu dang Hwan Namwaran shuddha ya kapawaris dihutang da dang Hwan Namwaran di sang pamegat Dewata."
Ya makanya sadanya anak cucu dang Hwan Namwaran shuddha ya kapawaris dihutang da dang Hwan Namwaran di sang pamegat Dewata."
Due to the devaluation of the first South Korean won (from 15 won to the U.S. dollar in 1945 to 6000 won to the dollar in 1953), the hwan was introduced in 1953 at the rate of 1 hwan = 100 won. The hwan was nominally subdivided into 100 "jeon" but the lowest denomination issued was 1 hwan. The hwan also suffered from inflation and a series of devaluations occurred.
The hwan suffered from inflation as well. At its introduction, it was pegged to the United States dollar at 1 dollar = 60 hwan, but toward the end of its life it was devaluated at 1 dollar = 1250 hwan. In 1962, the won was reintroduced at the rate of 1 won = 10 hwan. The 10 and 50 hwan coins were kept in circulation until March 21, 1975.
In 1953, banknotes were introduced in denominations of 1, 5, 10, 100 and 1000 hwan. Some of these notes were printed in the U.S. and gave the denomination in English and Hangul as won. 500 hwan notes were introduced in 1956, followed by 1000 hwan in 1957 and 50 hwan in 1958.
Kyung-hwan, also spelled Kyoung-hwan or Kyung-hwan, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 54 hanja with the reading "kyung" and 21 hanja with the reading "hwan" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Jung-hwan, also spelled Jeong-hwan or Jong-hwan, is a Korean masculine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 75 hanja with the reading "jung" and 21 hanja with the reading "hwan" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.
The 10 and 50 hwan coins continued to circulate until March 22, 1975 but the 100 hwan coins were withdrawn on June 10, 1962.
Jung Seung-hwan () is a Korean name consisting of the family name Jung and the given name Seung-hwan, and may also refer to:
Issues based on the Chinese cash were issued from 1888–1892 of 1 hwan = 1000 mun or cash. Replaced in 1892 with 1 hwan = 5 yang.
The first South Korean won was replaced by the "hwan" on February 15, 1953 at a rate of 1 hwan = 100 won.

Currency: First South Korean won (1945-1953); Hwan (전; 1953-1962)
"See also South Korean won (1945-53) and South Korean hwan."
Due to devaluation of the won the hwan was introduced on February 15, 1953 at the rate of 1 hwan = 100 won. It was subdivided in 100 jeon, but they were never used. New banknotes in denominations between 10 and 1000 hwan were issued. Starting in 1959, 10 and 50 hwan coins were also issued to replace the lower denomination notes. Those were the first circulating coins in South Korea.
Chun was born on 18 January 1931 in Yulgok-myeon, a poor farming town in Hapcheon, South Gyeongsang province, during the Imperial Japanese rule of Korea. Chun Doo-hwan was the fourth son out of ten children to Chun Sang-woo and Kim Jeong-mun. Chun's oldest two brothers, Yeol-hwan and Kyuu-gon, died in an accident when he was an infant. Chun grew up knowing his remaining older brother Ki-hwan and his younger brother Kyeong-hwan.
"First Prize Ensemble:" Michael Brown and Min Hwan Kim
Ji-hwan, also spelled Chi-hwan, is a Korean masculine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 46 hanja with the reading "ji" and 21 hanja with the reading "hwan" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.
Jong-hwan and Su-kyung meet in a cafe. Jong-hwan is a high-school teacher and Su-kyung is a cafe maid. They fall in love and marry; however, when Jong-hwan goes to take care of his family, Su-kyung gets ill, forcing him to care for her.
Hwan-dong's ex-girlfriend and quite a successful actress once.
Lee Dong-hwan, Lee Seung-ho, Toshinori Muto, Achi Sato
NRG dedicated their awards to Hwan Sung, crediting him for their success, stating that they felt as if a weight was finally lifted off of them, as they were finally able to make Hwan Sung's dream come true. Sung Hoon stated that, where there was once only sorrow when visiting Hwan Sung, there is now a greater sense of ease.