Indeed. You can sell your wons for euros in the online store of a currency provider that has an online resevation service.
Additionally, they will offer you the possibility of booking online and picking your euros at one of their branches.
For your information rates vary each day so it will be optimal to book online the very day you will go to the outlet to do a KRW to EUR change.
In Spain there are three places where you can change wons KRW to euros. You might be tempted to think primarily of your bank. Nevertheless, Spanish banks impose an exchange rate to your wons KRW as well as a commission of 3%. This means that, for example when you change the equivalent of a thousand euros from wons KRW to euros you will be charged a 30 € commission.
alternatively, your other option might be the airport upon arrival to Spain. Yet, Spanish airports are the most expensive of all options because the foreign currency providers that work there, owe a huge portion of their benefits to the airport owner.
Foreign currency providers located out of the airports in Spain are a very good option to change wons KRW to euros.
Finding the best exchange rate to change wons to Euros today in Spain is as easy as going to Cambiator.es and choosing the desired currency in our currency purchase widget, tab Sell Currency.
Please acknowledge that the rates and conditions to sell wons to euros that you see on our website are exclusive to be more interesting than the conditions you will be applied if you go directly to the currency supplier.
Cambiator does not recommend exchanging currency at a Spanish high street bank. They charge you a commission of around 2 to 3% as well as an exchange rate.
Exchanging foreign currency at the airport is not recommended at all when selling wons to euros.
.Every day of the year the South Korean Won to euro rates oscillate in foerign markets, depending on the toughness of the South Korean Won currency against the Euro.
This explains that, there is no preferred moment to change wons with euros. But you may find free websites like Cambiator that support you by comparing all the wons being bought by currency providers, the airport and the banks. With this information you will ensure you sell your wons to euro at the best rates on every ocasion you need.
Currency exchange is a business similar to many others: there are individuals who sell and buy currencies like the South Korean Won in exchange for euros to/from a retailer (the one that sells/buys from us wons).
If they do not stock enough stock of wons, they adquire those wons from a wholesaler business. The gap between what they have paid for the wons and what they charge you when you demand them is the profit margin they make.
Nevertheless, in this currency exchange business, it may happen that the currency provider or bank does not obtain the banknotes from a wholesale company, but instead gets them from a traveller who comes to Spain with wons.
In this case, in addition to earning a margin for buying the South Korean Won banknotes from this traveller, they impose on you another margin when they sell you the currency. Double win!
The usual thing is that the foreign currency provider where you will change your Korean wons to euros will demand from you to show a valid and current identity document (resident´s ID card (DNI or NIE) or passport in Spain). Bear in mind that your driver's license is not usually accepted as a valid ID.
On the other end banks will not generally ask for any ID from their customers who sell Korean wons to euros with them for they will already have identified them at the time of opening an account with them.
Foreign banknotes such as the South Korean Won or the euro are exactly the same everywhere: banks, currency suppliers in your city and airports. If you seek for price, Cambiator helps you obtain the best South Korean Won to euro exchange rate of the day, free of charge.
If you are interested in trust, convenience and security, it is best to collect directly your euros in exchange for your Korean wons at a branch near your hotel, home or office. You can find these alternatives on this results page you are now looking at.
If you have Korean wons left over after your trip, go to our Sell your currency tab, introduce the South Korean Won banknotes you have (notes only, not loose coins) and choose your city. We will display the closest foreign currency provider´s stores that will purchase your remaining Korean wons from you and the total amount of Euros they will give you in exchange.
Keep in mind that they will uniquely purchase you Korean wons notes but not loose coins.
Generally, end customers change South Korean Wons to euros around the equivalent in € to 700 in Spain.
If, for any reason, you have to sell South Korean Wons to euros for more than the equivalent of five thousand euros, it is a good idea to contact your supplier or bank.
First to negotiate a better South Korean Won to euro price than the one you see in Cambiator. In second place to confirm that they are authorized to change you with the level of personal data they have about you.
Yes, do not hesitate. We have surveyed the the foreign currency players in Spain for more than five years and we know that, depending on the currency you want to change, some currencies are easy to accept in exchange for euros but other exotic ones aren´t.
Normally the KRW-EUR rate is cheaper if you order them online to collect them in store than if you go directly to the currency supplier office.
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