On June 10, 1962, the third set of currency reforms were carried out, banning the circulation of hwan notes and encouraging the use of new won notes devalued at a 10:1 ratio. As a result, notes in six denominations (500-won, 100-won, 50-won, 10-won, 5-won, and 1-won) were newly printed at Thomas De La Rue, a British printing company, and issued in Korea. Namdaemun Gate was used as the major design theme for the 500-won note, Dongnimmun Gate for the 100-won note, and Chongsukjung in Haegeumgang Island for the 50-won note. The emblem of Bank of Korea was printed on the lower denomination notes. After the Korea Mint enhanced its printing technologies, the UK-made banknotes were replaced by new Korean-made notes.