Title: Organization and Agencies of the U.N.
U.N. General Assembly
Has No Title
Stamp Serial#
742 
KPC#
C-487 
MICHEL#
7705 
StanGib#
924 
Scott#
758 
Date of Issue
05/30/1971 
Quantity
500,000 
Denomination
10 won 
Design
U.N. General Assembly 
Designer
Kang Choon-whan 
Image Area
33mm*23mm 
Perforation
13 
Sheet Composition
5Ąż10 
Paper
White unwatermarked
Printer
Government Printing & Mint Agency of the Repubic of Korea 
Description
In honor of the competence and meritorious achievements accomplished by the United Nations, the Ministry of Communications is to issue on May 30, 1971, a king-size postage stamp comprising 25 kinds of ordinary-size stamps with each of which depicting the major organizations and special agencies of the world organization and Tae Geuk Ki, the national flag of the Republic of Korea, respectively.

During the period of April through June, 1945, delegates from 50 nations gathered in San Francisco and adopted the Charter of the U.N. Indeed, the U.N., which was officially inaugurated on October 24 the same year as the largest international organization in history, has contributed a great deal to the promotion of world peace and welfare of mankind. A total of 127 countries from throughout the world are affiliated with the U.N. as its members.

U.N. General Assembly: The General Assembly of the United Nations is composed of all the member countries each having a same and equal voting right, and all questions and issues of international concern are discussed here within the framework of the U.N. Charter. Major tasks and duties of the General Assembly include:
1) Making recommendations pertaining to the maintaining of international peace and security,
2) Election of non-permanent member countries of the Security Council,
3) Election of member countries of the Economic and Social Council and the Trusteeship Council,
4) Application for membership in the U.N.,
5) Suspension of rights or privileges of any member country,
6) Ouster of any member country from the U.N.,
7) Management and operation of the trusteeship system, and
8) Examination of budget bills.