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LICENSE PLATES OF THE

REPUBLIC OF KOREA (ROK)

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CURRENTLY ISSUED LICENSE PLATES

Republic of Korea normal series 64** 1267.jpg (141 kB)
Republic of Korea normal series close-up 64** 1267.jpg (63 kB)
Republic of Korea normal series translated close-up 64 GEO 1267.jpg (58 kB)
Normal series since 2004. 2007 onwards plate style. European size. 01-69 = Passenger vehicles for up to 10 people. With a translated plate underneath.

Republic of Korea normal series 65**5412.jpg (150 kB)
Republic of Korea normal series close-up 65**5412.jpg (68 kB)
Normal series since 2004. 2007 onwards plate style. Japanese size. 01-69 = Passenger vehicles for up to 10 people. The front plate was European size.

Republic of Korea motorcycle series ** ** ** 5471.jpg (136 kB)
Republic of Korea motorcycle series ** ** ** 5471.jpg (131 kB)
Republic of Korea motorcycle series close-up ** ** ** 5471.jpg (95 kB)
Republic of Korea motorcycle series translated plate close-up JA 5471.jpg (61 kB)
Motorcycle series. 경기 = Gyeonggi. 수원 = Suwon. The lower line is serial. Transcribed into Latin characters the plate reads Gyeonggi Suwon JA 5471, as seen on the translated plate on the side of the motorcycle. On the other side is an ROK oval of sorts.


FORMER ISSUES - STILL VALID

Republic of Korea former normal series **33 **5353.jpg (35 kB)
Republic of Korea former normal series **33 **5353.jpg (25 kB)
Normal series 1995-2004. 1995-2004 plate style. This plate is a flat plastic remake. 올산 and 33 = Ulsan. The lower line is serial. Transcribed into Latin characters the plate reads Ulsan 33 GA 5353. White on green plates were used for cars, some trucks and private buses. At lower left 5353 is repeated spelled out in words (since 1997). Thanks to Andy Lachs for help in decoding this plate.

Republic of Korea normal series former style 79 ** 1012.jpg (164 kB)
Republic of Korea normal series former style 79 ** 1012.jpg (98 kB)
Normal series since 2004. 2004-07 plate style. 70-79 = Passenger vehicles for over 10 people. White on green plates were used for cars, some trucks and private buses.

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