Converting drill-ready Exploration Targets into Mineral Resources
Korean Metals Exploration Pty Ltd (“KME”) has established a portfolio of polymetallic mineral projects in South Korea based on 22 years “in-country” operational exploration expertise. KME is a privately-owned Australian company with a 100% owned Korean subsidiary Shin Han Mine Inc (“Shin Han”).
Korean Metals Exploration Pty Ltd (“KME”) has secured the Mining Rights to “forgotten Brownfield Assets” in the Uiseong and Haman mining districts, located in the southeast of the Korean peninsula. Haman was Korea’s largest copper and cobalt producing district and mining occurred in the Uiseong district during 1968-1975. There has been no modern exploration concepts or methods applied on these properties since 1983. KME considers the Uiseong and Haman projects represent low-risk, very cost-effective Exploration Targets, with excellent potential for future commercial production.
KME offers investors the unique opportunity to quickly convert drill-ready Exploration Targets into Mineral Resources at low exploration risk. KME intends raising sufficient capital to undertake confirmatory drill testing, establish JORC/NI 43-101 compliant Mineral Resources, conduct metallurgical studies, and complete preliminary economic assessments on the identified, drill-ready Exploration Targets in the Uiseong, Haman and Goseong projects. KME would then propose to rapidly advance the key deposits into production by seeking local domestic offtake partners.
Heaven, Earth and Humanity
A traditional Korean symbol, representing the balance of the universe.
The three colours blue, red and yellow representing Heaven, Earth and humanity respectively.
It is considered one official symbols of Korean Daoism and Neo-Confucianism, but is frequently employed in artworks and philosophies of Korean Buddhism, which over the centuries incorporated many Daoist ideas and motifs.
Heaven influences Earth, which influences Humanity, which influences Heaven …