The Lat was the currency of Latvia until 31 December 2013. It was replaced by the euro as the official currency of Latvia on 1 January 2014 at the fixed exchange rate of 1 EUR = 0.702804 LVL.
The won was first used as Korea's currency between 1902 and 1910. In 1945 Korea became divided, resulting in separate currencies, both called won, for the South and the North.
1 LVL = 1,885.19 KRW
Latvian LatsSouth Korean Won
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