Title :  The 24th Olympiad, Seoul-1988  (View Souvenir Sheet)
Stamp Serial#
1543 
KPC#
C-1169 
MICHEL#
1567 
StanGib#
1844 
Scott#
1511 
Date of Issue
09/16/1988 
Quantity
5,000,000 
Denomination
80 won 
Design
Baron Pierre de Coubertin and the Olympic Flag 
Designer
Yang, Seung-choon 
Image Area
32mm*22mm 
Perforation
13 
Sheet Composition
Sheet of 20(5*4) 
Paper
White Unwatermarked
Print
Korea Security Printing and Minting Corporation 
Description
Ever since 1981, when Seoul was settled in Baden Baden, West Germany, as the site of the 24th Olympics, the whole Korean nation has helped to prepare for a successful Olympiad, and all the facilities for it have been completed, including the Olympic Stadium and other arenas, and the quarters for the athletes, officials and reporters.

The Seoul Olympics has finally opened, as a festival for all mankind in which all the participants, disregarding any political, racial or religious difference between them, will do their very best for their individual and national honor.

As a token of our nation's desire that the Seoul Olympics will be perfectly successful, contributing greatly to would peace and mutual understanding between nations, the Ministry of Communications issues four kinds of commemorative postage stamps for the Seoul Olympics, depicting Baron Pierre de Coubertin and the Olympic Flag, a symbolic structure of the Seoul Olympics, an overall view of Seoul City, and a "massgame", respectively.