South Korea Flag
South Korea Flag - There has been many versions of this flag over the years, the oldest dating back to 1882 which was used by the Joseon Dynasty, all the way through to the current version which was adopted formally in 2011. The design of the South Korean flag consists of a white field with a red and blue Taegeuk in the centre, and four black trigrams around it, towards each corner of the flag.
Symbolically, white is a traditional colour in Korean culture, and represents peace and purity. The Taegeuk in the middle represents balance in the universe - red for positive cosmic forces and blue representing the opposing negative cosmic forces.
The trigrams represent movement and harmony as fundamental principles. Each one represents one of the four classical elements, earth, water air and fire as well as other various meanings.
Our South Korean flags are finished with a loop at the top and bottom of the flag to be used with clips to attach to the rope and run up a flag pole. Clips are included with the flag for your convenience.
The flags come in a range of sizes for you to choose from, select your size from the drop down menu.
We can make flags to your specifications such as a custom design or vertical sleeve finish, please contact us for a quote.