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Birth control pills are 6-8,000 won for one month’s supply.
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* The cost of birth control pills depends on where you buy the pills and which brands you purchase.
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** If you go directly to a pharmacy, you can expect to pay 7,500-9,500 won for pills available over-the-counter (prices from April 2020).<ref>[https://koreahealthpages.com/article/how-to-get-over-the-counter-birth-control-pills-in-south-korea.html How to Get Over-The-Counter Contraception Pills in South Korea]</ref>
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** If you get birth control pills prescribed by a doctor, you can expect to pay 25,000-33,000 won for a prescription pack (prices from April 2020).<ref name="koreahealth_bc" /> <ref name="jivaka_bc_sk">[https://www.jivaka.care/cost-birth-control-pills-korea/#Multiwhat_Understanding_the_Difference_between_Birth_Control_Pills Cost of Birth Control Pills in Korea: Country Comparison]</ref>
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** Birth control pill brands like Myvolar, Myvlar, and Microgestin are cheaper. Yaz is more expensive.<ref name="jivaka_bc_sk" />
    
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