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Flag of South Korea
South Korea
Adopted January 25, 1950 [1]
Designed by Bak Yeong-hyo [2]
Proportions 2:3 [3]

The flag of South Korea has a white background, four groups of black lines and a red/blue "yin-yang"(a.k.a. Taegeuk) shape.

SymbolismEdit

The symbols on this flag are symbols of South Korean religion. The four groups of lines represent heaven and earth, and fire and water.

ReferencesEdit

  1. South Korea's Flag at EnchantedLearning.com
  2. National Flag of South Korea
  3. South Korea at Flags of the World
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