Yin Yang Flags
The Yin Yang Flag is a decoration that will have a favorable impact in your environment. Take this Flag with the Chinese symbol that represents the balance of forces.
The Yin Yang Symbol in the Korean Flag : The Taeguk
In Korea, the "Yin and Yang" symbol, and sometimes the flag itself, is called Taeguk. It consists of 3 parts: the white background, the red and blue circle, and the 4 trigrams at each corner of the flag. The white background represents Peace.
The flag of South Korea first appeared in 1882. It is in the form of two axes each connecting two particular trigrams (Heaven and Earth, Fire and Water) and intersect in the center of the famous yin-yang symbol.
Red and blue being the two extreme colors of the visible light spectrum, the flag can only refer to the unified opposites within the white color serving as a backdrop. From this point of view, the South Korean flag reflects an Eastern vision that is still relevant today.
The South Korean flag symbolizes the fundamental complementarity of yin and yang. Germinated in the famous yin-yang symbol, it manifests itself distinctly in the cosmic world in the form of trigrams. Arranged in a circular representation, they specify the association of yang and yin at all levels of opposite trigrams as shown in the Fo-hi diagram.
The yin-yang symbol represents the "Primordial Unity" of principles that cannot be separated because yang is always associated with yin and yin with yang. Constantly interrelated, they constitute, through their mutual interactions, the source of the whole manifestation and its development. Therefore, the South Korean flag not only depicts the basic principles, but also the way to move from power to action.
Now that you know the meaning of the Yin Yang Symbol in the Korean Flag, I think our Yin Yang Diamond Paintings are definitely worth taking a look at.