In order to make international payments to North Korea you have to know the bank´s SWIFT / BIC code.
What do North Korea SWIFT codes look like?
The SWIFT code consists of 8 to 11 characters (letters and digits) and for North Korea the SWIFT code has the following format:
- First 4 characters (only letters) - bank code. A shortened version of the bank´s name.
- Next 2 characters (only letters) - North Korea´s ISO code.
- Next 2 characters (letters and digits) - location code.
- Last 3 characters (letters and digits) – bank branch (optional).
SWIFT codes in North Korea
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