Title : Love Share Special
Stamp Serial#
2060 
KPC#
C-1573 
MICHEL#
2088 
StanGib#
2395 
Scott#
2021 
Date of Issue
04/20/2000 
Quantity
1,950,000 
Denomination
170 won 
Design
The sign language "I love you." 
Designer
Mo, Ji-won 
Image Area
36 mm * 34.5mm 
Perforation
13 
Sheet Composition
5 * 3 
Paper
White unwatermarked
Print
Korea Minting and Security Printing Corporation 
Description
To encourage the public to demonstrate care and concern for the less fortunate members of our society, including the handicapped, a "Share Love" special stamp is being issued on April 20, when the nation observes the Day of the Disabled.

At present, the disabled in Korea number well over one million. Because an increasing number of people suffer from disabilities as a result of accidents or diseases, in addition to those with congenital disabilities, we can no longer turn a blind eye to the pain and agony of the handicapped in our midst. They could be our own neighbors and family members. There are also a large number of teenage breadwinners, abandoned children in the care of public welfare facilities, and unsupported elderly people in our society who are left out in the cold. A little care and help on our part would go a long way to relieving the plight and wounds of the forlorn and underprivileged. It is wonderful to see many caring and warm­hearted good Samaritans making a difference in the community by volunteering their time and service. We invite you to join in their efforts in sharing what they have with those in need.

The sign language featured on this stamp symbolizes "I love you". This special stamp is the first Korean stamp in the shape of a heart. This stamp is also the second aromatic stamp, following the Protection of the Endangered Species special stamp issued this year. Why don’ t you send your love stamped with this sweet rose-scented delight?