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South Korea Flag

Shop for authentic South Korea Flags. We offer indoor and outdoor South Korea flags in durable nylon. Our outdoor flags are finished with a canvas heading, while indoor flags are finished with a lined pole hem and your choice of with or without fringe. We also offer indoor and outdoor South Korea flag sets. In addition to the flags we offer for purchase, we maintain an archive of the audio for the South Korea National Anthem, historical information about the South Korea flag, and demographic data about South Korea

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Flag History
Adopted in 1948, the South Korean flag starts out with a white field which is symbolic of peace and is the traditional color of the Korean people. The red and blue Yin-yang symbol signifies harmony and the union of opposites. Four different black geometric designs have very distinctive representations. Three unbroken bars symbolize heaven, while the three broken bars signify earth. Two different trigram designs represent water and fire.
Geographic Coordinates
37 00 N, 127 30 E
Area
99,720 sq km
Population
48,636,068
Life Expectancy
78.81 years
Government Type
Republic
Capital
Seoul
GDP
$1.356 trillion (2009 est.)
Unemployment
3.7% (2009 est.)
Currency
South Korean won (KRW)
Calling Code
+82
Internet TLD
.kr

South Korea National Anthem

The Song of Love for the Country/The Patriotic Song (Aegukga)

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Lyrics

Until that day when
the waters of the Eastern Sea run dry
and Mt. Baekdu is worn away,
God protect and preserve our nation.

Three thousand Li
of splendid rivers and mountains,
filled with Roses of Sharon;
Great Korean people, stay true to the Great Korean way!

As the pine atop the near mountain stands firm,
unchanged through wind and frost,
as if wrapped in armour,
so shall our resilient spirit.

The Autumn sky is void and vast,
high and cloudless;
the bright moon is our heart,
undivided and true.

With this spirit and this mind,
give all loyalty,
in suffering or in joy,
to the love of country.