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A Korean ceremonial drum, is a variant on the Taegeuk, or 태극, an ancient symbol which appears on the national Korean flag in a two-color form. It has three colors which are known as the “삼색의 태극,” or “Samsaeg-ui Taeguek.” 

Yellow represents humanity. Red & blue refer to heaven and earth. 

Gyeongbokgung Palace 경복궁

SOUTH KOREA | Saturday, 13 April 2013 | Views [596]

A Korean ceremonial drum, is a variant on the Taegeuk, or 태극, an ancient symbol which appears on the national Korean flag in a two-color form. It has three colors which are known as the “삼색의 태극,” or “Samsaeg-ui Taeguek.” Yellow represents humanity. Red & blue refer to heaven and earth. Gyeongbokgung Palace 경복궁

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