KSC5321-5323: Pyongyang Golf Course

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(News from 조선우표사 / Korea Stamp Corporation) On 25 February 2021 the Korea Stamp Corporation issued a series of stamps and a souvenir sheet showing the “Pyongyang Golf Course, which is situated at the Thaesong lakeside at the foot of Mt Sokchon, has an 18-hole course, nine holes each in two parts with an accommodation capacity of 200.”

The text continues: “The golf course, which was built in line with requirements of the international standards, has a full array of public service facilities including Thaesong Service Complex, all of which strike perfect harmony with natural scenery.”

The stamps and souvenir sheet issued are:

  • 30 won stamp: Service facilities at Pyongyang Golf Course
  • 100 won stamp(souvenir sheet): Guide map of Pyongyang Golf Course
  • 150 won stamp(strip): Playing golf
Sp5321 (stamp)
Sp5322 (souvenir sheet)
Sp5323 (strip)

Sheet Composition

Complete sheet of Sp5231:

Complete sheet fo KSC5321

FDC

The accompanying FDC for the series:

FDCs Fp5321-Fp5322-Fp5323

Technical details

1. Stamp
Date of Issue: February 25 Juche 110 (2021)
Stock No.: 5321
Size: 70 x 28 mm
Denomination: 30 won
Designer: Choe Chol Man, Kim Hae Yong
Printing: Offset
Sheet Composition: 15(3x5)
Quantity: 10 000 (Perf.), 2 000 (Imperf.)
2. Souvenir sheet
Stock No.: 5322
Size: 94 x 73 mm, 64 x 42 mm(stamp)
Denomination: 100 won
Designer: Choe Chol Man, Kim Hae Yong
Printing: Offset
Quantity: 10 000 (Perf.), 2 000 (Imperf.)
3. Strip of 3 Stamps
Stock No.: 5323
Size: 130 x 34 mm, 42 x 30 mm(stamp)
Denomination: 150 won
Designer: Choe Chol Man, Kim Hae Yong
Printing: Offset
Quantity: 10 000 (Perf.), 2 000 (Imperf.)
4. FDC
Size: 162 x 114 mm
Designer: Choe Chol Man, Kim Hae Yong
Quantity: 3/500

Stamp leaflet

The new issue stamp leaflet for this issue was also released:

New issue leaflet (page 1) for KSC5321-5323
New issue leaflet (page 2) for KSC5321-5323
New issue leaflet (page 3) for KSC5321-5323
New issue leaflet (page 4) for KSC5321-5323

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