South Korea Flag Color Codes HEX, RGB, CMYK, HSL & HSV

South Korea have 4 colors in their national flag which are Red(#CD2E3A), Blue(#0F64CD), White(#FFFFFF) and Black(#000000).

The Hex, RGB, CMYK, HSV, and HSL color codes are in the table below.

The national flag of South Korea is composed of different colors and elements, each representing a unique concept. The following are the key points that study the symbolic significance of the flag of South Korea:

  • The South Korean flag, or Taegeukgi, is composed of a white field with a red and blue Taegeuk symbol in the middle.
  • The Taegeuk symbolizes the concept of yin and yang.
  • The Taegeuk is surrounded by four black trigrams, collectively known as the geongongamri, which stand for the concepts of motion, harmony, balance, and eternity.
  • The yin yang represents harmony and balance.
  • The red section signifies yang, or positive cosmic energy.
  • The blue portion signifies yin, which is associated with negative cosmic forces.
  • The white background represents brightness, purity, and peace.
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🇰🇷 South Korea Flag Info

Flag ratio 2:3
Flag use National
Adopted on 30/05/2011
Designed by Gojong