The year in stamps: 1949 “Shooting across the border”

South Korea

As South Korea entered 1949, the country was still grappling with the aftermath of World War II and the ongoing tensions between North and South Korea. While political and military developments dominated the headlines, the daily lives of ordinary citizens also continued to be shaped by the challenges of the time.

For many people in South Korea, 1949 was a year of hardship and struggle. Food shortages were still common, and inflation continued to make it difficult for families to make ends meet. However, there were also signs of progress, as the country began to make strides in rebuilding its infrastructure and economy.

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