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The white in this philosophical flag represents peace and purity. Symbolically, the Yin-Yang symbol represents opposites; it is the belief that all things in the universe have two, opposite aspects that cannot exist without the other. The kwae trigrams are from the I Ching; the broken bars symbolize yin (dark and cold) and the unbroken bars symbolize yang (bright and hot). The four Kwae represent: heaven (three unbroken bars), the Earth (three broken bars), water (one unbroken line between two broken bars), and fire (one broken bar between two unbroken bars). The Kwai trigrams are placed in such a way that they balance one another, heaven is placed opposite Earth, and fire is placed opposite water.
South Korean Flag Quiz/Printout
A flag quiz/coloring printout of the South Korean flag. Or go to a blackline master (printout) of the flag of South Korea
South Korean Flag Printout
A blackline master (printout) of the flag of South Korea
South Korea: Label Me! Printout
Label the map of South Korea.
South Korea: Outline Map Printout
An outline map of South Korea to print. Or go to printable activities that require research (using an atlas or other geography reference): a simple map research activity, a medium-level map research activity, or an advanced map research activity.
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Asia: Outline Map Printout
An outline map of Asia to print.
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