As of January 7, 2009, there are 1,292.55 won to the US dollar, making 100 South Korean won worth a bit less than 8 cents in US currency.
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100 korean won is about 10 us dollars
100 Korean won (KRW) is 0.09 US dollars (USD).
About 11 cents according to my currency converter
is 20.000,00 dollars 20000 Korean Won is equivelant to 16.02 US dollars.
Korea does not use the dollar. The unit of currency is the Won. 100 Won is a little more than 9 cents in US dollars. There is no 100 Won banknote. They are printed in 1,000 5,000 10,000 and 50,000 Won notes.
As of November 13, 2014, 1,000,000 South Korean Won = $915
1 billion Korean won(KRW) 869,000 us dollars(USD).
1 South Korean won = 0.00067 U.S. dollars
10,000 Korean Won = 8.57 US Dollars
1 billion US$
1 South Korean won = 0.00067 U.S. dollars - YOU do the math.
US dollars? Canadian dollars? Australian? You need to be more specific.
open google.com then copy this into the searching bar "korean won to us dollar"
As of July 2012, 10 Won = approximately 1 cent.
100 Chon = 1 North Korean Won. I am not sure how much Chon are used since the 2002 devaluation, due to their very low value.
If you mean 'won' as in South Korean Won then:10 000 South Korean won = 8.47 U.S. dollars
10 won= 1 cent 100 won= 10 cents 500 won= 50 cents 1000 won= 1 dollar 10000 won= 10 dollars 50000 won= 50 dollars in America we call it dollars in Korea they call it won
As of October 2011, the currency is 1000won = .8588 US Dollars.
a Korean won is worth 1.152 won for every USD
60000 South Korean won = 50.6885 US dollars
14.16 USD. This will fluctuate (24 Dec 2013 now) and is not inclusive of bank charges
KRW10,000 is worth USD8.58 as at 09Oct09