EPA with co-operation of Dragon Mart 2 hold Stamp Exhibition EPAEX 2020

UAE Wins Large Gold in Singapore

EPA participated in Singapore 2019 Exhibition

UAE Wins Medals in Wuhan, China

EPA participated in CHINA 2019 World Stamp Exhibition held in Wuhan, China

UAE Wins 5 Gold Medals in Bangkok



EPA with co-operation of Dragon Mart 2 hold Stamp Exhibition EPAEX 2019

UAE Wins Gold Medal in Macao

EPA participated in the Macao 2018 Asian International Stamp Exhibition

30th Anniversary of UAE-Korea Diplomatic Relations -2010

Name of the Issue 30th Anniversary of UAE-Korea Diplomatic Relations
Release Date 17 June 2010
Denominations AED 1, 550 Fils
Souvenir Sheet -
Size 30 x 40 mm in sheets of 10 stamps
Designer Emirates Post
Printing Method Lithographic
Printer Cartor Security Printing - France
Quantities 35,000 each
30th Anniversary of UAE-Korea Diplomatic Relations

The UAE and the Republic of Korea established bilateral relations in 1980. The diplomatic ties are still progressing at all levels through common initiatives in regional and international forums. These relations were highlighted through the exchange of official visits between senior officials from both countries that played an important role in giving a new impetus to bilateral relations between the tow counties and in other areas. As a result, a solid foundation has been established and paved the way for intensifying the exchange of official delegations at all levels. Korea puts the UAE on a priority list in its plans and projects with countries of the region. The reason for this is the political, economic and oil factors. 

To commemorate the 30th Anniversary of UAE-Korea Diplomatic Relations, Emirates Post has released a joint issue of stamps with Korea Post in two denominations: 

The Wind tower (Barjeel) (AED 1)

Barjeel, an early and very effective form of air conditioning, is a traditional architectural innovation used for many centuries to create natural ventilation in houses and buildings.  

Chimney of Mt. Amisan in Gyeongbokgung Palace (550 fils)

Korea’s traditional heating system called “on –doll” works through a fire in a furnace under the floor that heats the entire room. The heat that circulates under the room is funneled to the outside through a connected chimney. The Mt. Amisan chimney in Geongbokgung palace was installed in 1865 at Gyotaejeon hall, the living quarter of the queen.