|Headquarters||Hoehyeon-dong, Jung-gu, Seoul, South Korea|
|Lee Kwang-Goo, CEO|
Number of employees
Woori Bank (Hangul: 우리은행 Uri Eunhaeng) is a bank headquartered in Seoul, South Korea and Woori Bank is a subsidiary of the parent company Woori Financial Group. The bank was founded back in 1899, originally called Daehan Cheon-il Bank, renamed Joseon Sangup Bank in 1911, then Commercial Bank of Korea in 1950s. Following the 1997 Asian financial crisis, it merged with the former Hanil Bank and Peace Bank to become Hanvit Bank. Woori Bank adopted its current name in 2002.
In May 2009, Woori Bank became the first South Korean bank to issue UnionPay debit cards in China. In March 2010 it became the first foreign bank to issue Shanghai Tourism Cards in mainland China.
Woori Bank is the first South Korean bank to support web browsers other than Internet Explorer for online banking in Korea. Its foreign divisions, such as the one based in China, still require IE.
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