한-러 화폐 텍스트의 민족문화적 의미

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A national-cultural information or components of Korean and Russian bank notes texts Lee, Jae-Hyuk In conclusion, the currency of South Korea puts its historic great men and women in the very center, and places and objects deeply related to the men in the central area along with other things such as paintings, screens, and inventions. Russian currency, on the other hand, tends to put stories or situations of national and regional integration in the very center or central area since Russia is a multi-ethnic and multi-cultural society in the Eurasian Continent. Starting from printing Novgorad, the former capital of Russia, on the five ruble note, many representative cities in Russia have emerged in currency designs ranging from Krasnoyarsk, a relatively young city, the two axes of Moscow and Petersbug, and Arkhangelsk and Yaroseulrabeul in the Arctic to Khabarovsk in the Far East. Unlike Korea, as mentioned above, Russia does not focus on historic great persons on the currency design except for two former national leaders Pyotoreu Ⅰ and sage Yaroslavl, but feature monuments representing each region, and architecture such as power plants, statues, theaters, monasteries and churches. While Korea reflects national cultures such as Confucianism, oriental paintings, royal families’ life and pride as a country of advanced science on the currency design, Russia mirrors the following practically or metaphorically on the design: the Russian Orthodox Churches such as Saint Sophia Cathedral, Church of St. John the Baptist, and Solovetsky Monastery; national policies such as developing Siberia, a bridge being built over the Yenisey River, Krasnoyarsk hydroelectric power plant construction, Khabarovsk Bridge, and Khabarovsk Statues; and cultural images such as the Bolshoi Theatre and other artistic performance. In particular, the Russian government has recently put Khabarovsk Statues and Khabarovsk Bridge on the most expensive note, 5000 rubles, showing that the government is trying to expand its national and regional development policies, centered on the European countries, to the Pacific coast with its ‘project of economic and social change 2020’ led by President Putin of Russia.

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