Islands of Korea Special
From 2004.01.16 to Unknown (Still open)

 

The following stamps were issued prior to the establishment of the Annual Issue of "Islands of Korea", Jan. 16, 2004.


On October 20, 1973, a stamp was issued, depicting a Tangerine Orchard, on Cheju-do (Cheju Island).

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Issued October 20, 1973.


On April 4, 1998, an 800 won definitive stamp was issued, depicting the Horses/Ponies of Cheju-do (Cheju Island).

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Issued April 4, 1998.


On August 1, 2002, two stamps of the "Hometown Special", depicted things on Cheju-do (Cheju Island):

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Issued 2002.08.01.


On September 15, 1954, three definitive stamps depicting Dok-do (Dok Island) were issued.

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Issued 1954.09.15.


On August 1, 2002, a stamp was issued, as part of the "Hometown Special", that depicted Dok-do (Dok Island):

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Issued 2002.08.01.



On January 16, 2004 the following four stamps were issued with the Theme of "Dok-do (Dok Island):

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/Issued 2004.01.16.



On January 18, 2005 the following four stamps were issued with the Theme of "Mara-do (Mara Island):

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/Issued 2005.01.18.



On January 18, 2006 the following four stamps were issued with the Theme of "Nature of Baengnyeongdo
(Paeng-ny'ong Island):

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/Issued 2006.01.18.



On January 27, 2006 the designation of Jeju as the Island of World Peace by the Korean government.

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/Issued 2006.01.27.

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