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CHUNGJU OFFICE

GAPYEONG

DAEWON

YONGWON

EUNHA

WOLMYEONG

South Korean Graphite Business Development

Battery Supply Chain

- South Korea is a major producer of Li-Ion batteries but depends on China for graphite anode raw materials.

- Peninsula has secured tenure over five historically recorded graphite deposits in South Korea.

- Peninsula is developing sustainable graphite processing techniques to add value to raw materials.

- Peninsula continues to develop key industry relationships with Korean battery manufacturers and graphite consumers.

South Korean Graphite Projects

Gapyeong

Gapyeong

Resource diamond drilling underway to test the strong EM anomaly and down dip continuation of outcrop

High graphite grades of >16% TGC in rock chip and channel sampling

Metallurgical concentrates of >95% TGC

Concentrate sample being prepared for spherical graphite testing in Germany

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Graphitic schist outcrop in relation to EM anomaly
Gapyeong graphite metallurgy

Daewon

Daewon

- Shallow dipping, 10m wide graphitic unit extends over 400m

- Down-dip continuity confirmed by EM survey

- Adjacent to existing infrastructure

- Excellent metallurgy

- Grades up to 24.8% TGC at surface

- Petrography shows large, oriented graphite flakes free from inclusions

- Drilling planned

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Yongwon

Yongwon

- Surface outcrop over 400m.

- Channel sampling across 9.7m width generated 11.7%TGC.

- Excellent metallurgy achieved 97% graphite concentrate with 87% recovery.

- EM conductor confirmed near surface and open along strike.

- Diamond drilling scheduled to define a maiden Inferred Resource.

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Eunha

Eunha

- Resource diamond drilling underway at Eunha North Prospect.

- Channel sampling completed at Roadhouse Prospect.

- Drilling to follow.

- Metallurgical bulk sample achieved 96.7% purity.

- Purification testing is planned to achieve 99.95% graphite purity for spherical graphite production.

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Wolmyeong

Wolmyeong

- Historically the largest graphite mine in Korea, with extensive underground workings, closed in 1987.

- Multiple metamorphosed coal horizons grading up to 76.1% graphite suited to steel industry and foundry applications.

- Mapping and sampling aims to define coarse flake zones.

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