Currency Converter · South Korean Won (KRW) to Euro (EUR)

The currency calculator will convert exchange rate of South Korean won (KRW) to Euro (EUR).

  • 100 KRW = 0.07 EUR
  • 200 KRW = 0.14 EUR
  • 500 KRW = 0.34 EUR
  • 1,000 KRW = 0.68 EUR
  • 2,000 KRW = 1.36 EUR
  • 5,000 KRW = 3.39 EUR
  • 6,000 KRW = 4.07 EUR
  • 10,000 KRW = 6.79 EUR
  • 20,000 KRW = 13.58 EUR
  • 30,000 KRW = 20.37 EUR
  • 50,000 KRW = 33.94 EUR
  • 100,000 KRW = 67.89 EUR
  • 500,000 KRW = 339.43 EUR
  • 1,000,000 KRW = 678.86 EUR
  • 5,000,000 KRW = 3,394.28 EUR
  • 1 EUR = 1,473.07 KRW
  • 5 EUR = 7,365.34 KRW
  • 10 EUR = 14,730.68 KRW
  • 20 EUR = 29,461.36 KRW
  • 25 EUR = 36,826.70 KRW
  • 50 EUR = 73,653.40 KRW
  • 100 EUR = 147,306.79 KRW
  • 200 EUR = 294,613.58 KRW
  • 250 EUR = 368,266.98 KRW
  • 500 EUR = 736,533.96 KRW
  • 1,000 EUR = 1,473,067.92 KRW
  • 2,000 EUR = 2,946,135.84 KRW
  • 2,500 EUR = 3,682,669.80 KRW
  • 3,500 EUR = 5,155,737.72 KRW
  • 5,000 EUR = 7,365,339.60 KRW

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South Korean won


The South Korean won (KRW) is the currency of South Korea. The currency code is KRW and currency symbol is ₩. The South Korean won is subdivided into 100 jeon (전/錢) (not used in daily transactions but only in foreign exchange rates.). Frequently used South Korean won coins are in denominations of ₩1, ₩5, ₩10, ₩50, ₩100, ₩500. Frequently used South Korean won banknotes are in denominations of ₩1000, ₩5000, ₩10000, ₩50000.

Euro


The Euro (EUR) is the currency of the Eurozone, which consists of 17 out of 27 member states of the European Union (EU), including Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Spain. It is also officially used by Monaco, San Marino, Vatican City, Akrotiri and Dhekelia (UK Sovereign Base Areas), Clipperton Island (France territory), French Southern and Antarctic Lands (France territory), Saint Pierre and Miquelon (self-governing territorial overseas collectivity of France), Mayotte (France dependency) and unofficially used by Andorra, Kosovo, Montenegro, and Zimbabwe. The currency code is EUR and currency symbol is €. The Euro is subdivided into 100 cents (singular: cent; symbol: c). Frequently used Euro coins are in denominations of 1 €, 2 €, 10c, 20c, 50c. Frequently used Euro banknotes are in denominations of 5 €, 10 €, 20 €, 50 €, 100 €. The Euro is the second most held reserve currency as well as the second most traded currency in the foreign exchange market, after the United States dollar (USD).