Title : DEFINITIVE POSTAGE STAMP(900 WON)
Stamp Serial#
1733 
KPC#
360 
MICHEL#
1757 
StanGib#
2047 
Scott#
1594D 
Date of Issue
09/20/1993 
Quantity
To be issued as required 
Denomination
900Won 
Design
The Kumdong-Kemi-Myung-Samjonbul (The Gilt-bronze Buddha Triad Inscription of Kemi) 
Designer
Won In-jae 
Image Area
22mm*32mm 
Perforation
13 
Sheet Composition
Sheet of 100(10*10) 
Paper
White Unwatermarked
Print
Government Printing & Mint Agency of the Republic of korea 
Description
The Ministry of Communications is issuing a definitive postage stamp, in the amount of 900 won to increase the efficiency of postal service.

A photograph of "Kumdong-Kyemi-Myung-Samjonbul (Gilt-bronze Buddha Triad with Inscription of Keymi - 563 A.D. (National Treasure No. 72)," is featured on the new postage stamp, according to the Ministry's policy that the nation's historical persons and cultural assets must be featured on postage stamps denominated more than 710 won, the rate for registered first-class standard mail. This gold plated Gilt-bronze Buddha Triad is 17.5 high with halo of 12.5 The principle image of Buddha stands in the middle of the halo and to his left and right each is found a small Boddhisattva. Following the structural style of the Northern and Southern Dynasties of China, it is believed to have been made in the 10th year of King Widok (563 A.D.) of the Paekche Kingdom.

The Ministry of Communications presents this postage stamp to bring attention to highly creative minds and cultural excellence of our Korean ancestors, which is the source of energy to develop advanced science and technology in the 21st century.