South Korea's flag, or Taegeukgi, was adopted in 1948. The white background symbolizes "the cleanliness of the people." The taegeuk, or yin-yang sign, represents the movement and balance of positive and negative. From the upper-left corner clockwise, the 4 trigrams represent justice, fruition, wisdom, and vitality.
This flag is dyed on silky, lustrous rayon and is hemmed and mounted to a black pole that includes a gold-painted spear. The 4 in. x 6 in. flag is mounted to a 10 in. pole, while the 8 in. x 12 in. flag is mounted to a 19 in. pole including 1 in. spear. Base not included.
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