|Flag of South Korea|
|Adopted||January 25, 1950 |
|Designed by||Bak Yeong-hyo |
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.
The symbols on this flag are symbols of South Korean religion. The four groups of lines(trigrams) represent heaven and earth, and fire and water.
- ↑ South Korea's Flag at EnchantedLearning.com
- ↑ National Flag of South Korea
- ↑ South Korea at Flags of the World