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The flag of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea) has the following symbolism: The blue stripes signify sovereignity, peace and friendship. The white stripes signify purity and the heritage of the Korean people. Red represents the revolutionary spirit of the people. The red star is the symbol of communism.
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if any of you want to know what yin and yang are than yin is blue and yang is red and the 4 symbols are water earth fire and heaven and those are the symbols.
black, white, red, and blue The South Korean flag colors include the white background. The other colors on the flag are red, blue, and black.
The four trigrams originates in the Chinese book I Ching, representing the four Chinese philosophical ideas about the universe: harmony, symmetry, balance, circulation. The ge…neral design of the flag also derives from traditional use of the tricolor symbol (red, blue and yellow) by Koreans starting from the early era of Korean history. The white background symbolizes "cleanliness of the people." The taegeuk represents the origin of all things in the universe; holding the two principles of "Eum", the negative aspect rendered in blue, and "Yang", the positive aspect rendered in red, in perfect balance. Together, they represent a continuous movement within infinity, the two merging as one. The four trigrams are: ||| Force (?; geon (?; ?) in Korean) = heaven (?), spring (?), east (?), virtue (?); ¦¦¦ Field (?; gon (?; ?)) = earth (?), summer (?), west (?), justice (?); |¦| Radiance (?; ri (?; ?)) = sun (?), autumn (?), south (?), courtesy (?); ¦|¦ Gorge (?; gam (?; ?)) = moon (?), winter (?), north (?), knowledge or wisdom (?). Traditionally, the four trigrams are related to the Five Elements of fire, water, earth, wood, and metal. An analogy could also be drawn with the four western classical elements.
It represents communism.
Flags can symbolize many things, mostly countries, states, or other areas.
The North Korean flag was officially adopted on September 9th in the year 1948 after the USSR and the USA divided Korea in half after World War 2. The USSR occupied the northe…rn half and the USA occupied the southern half.
it means that blue is war red is peace and white is love
the colors are blue red and black
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A flag symbolizes the unique and different qualities of different states or countries. Flags mean a lot to the people of that state/country. What would the Americans feel like… without the American Flag, what would Brazilians be like without theirs??
The South Korean flag is black, white, blue and red. The North Korean flag is red, blue and white. The flag of the Korean Empire was white, blue and orangey red.
The flag of South Korea has a white background with a blue and red wave-like circle in the center with four sets of three black trigrams surrounding the central circle. … The flag of North Korea is a red star in a white circle on a red background with white and blue stripes along the top and bottom.