|2017 South Korea 1 oz Silver Chiwoo Cheonwang||JM Bullion||$47.43|
|2018 South Korea 1 Oz Silver 1 Clay Chiwoo Cheonwang||JM Bullion||$28.43|
|2018 1 oz South Korean Tiger Silver Coin||JM Bullion||$32.43|
|2018 South Korea 1 oz Silver ZI:SIN Canis||Monument Metals||$24.36|
|2019 South Korea 1 oz Silver ZI:SIN Scrofa (Ghost)||JM Bullion||$48.48|
|2019 South Korea 1 oz Silver ZI:SIN Scrofa||BOLD Precious Metals||$25.41|
|2019 1 oz South Korean Silver Chiwoo Cheonwang||APMEX||$23.46|
|2019 South Korean Tiger Silver Coin||APMEX||$26.43|
|2017 1/10 oz South Korean Chiwoo Cheonwang Gold Medallion||JM Bullion||$200.65|
|2018 South Korea 1/10 oz Gold Tiger||JM Bullion||$190.31|
Gold and Silver coins are produced in South Korea by KOMSCO, the Korea Minting and Security Printing Corporation, a government owned corporation. KOMSCO is responsible for printing currency banknotes that circulate throughout the country.
In 2016, KOMSCO introduced the Chiwoo Cheonwang Silver Series. The series, which features beautifully designed coins themed with Korean historical warriors became an instant success with collectors and investors.
The Chiwoo series features unique designs each year with coins and medals minted in both gold and silver. The gold medallions are available in several different weights and denominations.
Limited Mintages of the Chiwoo Cheonwang series are released each year which increases demand. As a result, premiums on both the gold and silver coins continue to increase.
Fractional 1/10 oz Gold Chiwoo Cheonwang medals debuted in 2017. The medals were made available in four different colored assay cards featuring distinguishing designs.
In 2018, KOMSCO released the Korean Tiger series in silver and gold coins. The 2018 Korean Silver Tiger coin had a limited mintage of only 30,000 coins worldwide. The obverse features a Siberian Tiger walking alongside bamboo.