Title : 93 KOREAN STUDENT INVENTIONS EXHIBITION
Stamp Serial#
1719 
KPC#
C-1303 
MICHEL#
1743 
StanGib#
2051 
Scott#
1693 
Date of Issue
05/27/1993 
Quantity
3,000,000 
Denomination
110Won 
Design
The Symbol of Student and Computer 
Designer
Lee Keun-moon 
Image Area
23mm*33mm 
Perforation
13 
Sheet Composition
Sheet of 20(4*5) 
Paper
White Unwatermarked
Print
Government Printing & Mint Agency of the Republic of korea 
Description
In order to motivate students to be creative and engage in inventing activities, the Korean government is opening the 93 Korean Student Invention Exhibition. This event will allow the government to seek and nurture "future Inventors" that will spearhead the field of advanced science in the next century.

This exhibition is scheduled to open for 20 days at the Korean Exhibition Center (KOEX) between May 27th and June 15th. A tour of the major cities of Pusan, Kwangju, Taegu and Taejon will follow.

Nowadays, competition in technical fields is fierce and the nation is recognizing the necessity to develop technologies and to implement supportive measures. The only way that Korea, which is poor in natural resources, can join the ranks of creative and technical skills and human resources is a task that requires immediate attention.

The Ministry of Communications issues this postage stamp with hopes that this exhibition will underline the significance of student inventions to the public, and that "Future Inventors" will emerge and carry on the creative spirit of our ancestors which is illustrated in wordly renown inventions like the Kobukson (Turtle Ship), Chuckugi(the measure for rainfall), and the metal printing type. We eagerly await the day Korea will be known as "the nation of Inventions".