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Logo and Bookmark
If you would like to promote RE'19 on your webpage, we have prepared the HTML embed code for the logo and the bookmark.
We prepared three types of logo based on the different themes about Korea. They have basic main concept, Taegeuk (Hangul: 태극). Taegeuk is the Korean form of the Chinese term Taiji (old spelling "Taichi"), meaning "supreme ultimate". The Korean term more specifically refers to the graphical symbol (taijitu) composed of interlocking semi-circles composing a sinusoid design. The symbol was chosen for the design of the national flag in the 1880s, known as taegeukgi (Hangul: 태극기, with gi meaning "flag"). The Taegeuk is commonly associated with Korean Taoist philosophical values as well as Korean shamanism. The following figure shows the meaning of each part of Taegeukgi in detail.
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A cheongsachorong is a traditional Korean lantern. It is typically made by joining red and blue silk shades and hanging a candle inside the body. Although used historically in wedding ceremonies, it is widely displayed in various cultural exhibitions today in South Korea.
|Download||Download||Dol hareubangs, also called tol harubangs, hareubangs, or harubangs, are large rock statues found on Jeju Island off the southern tip of South Korea. They are considered to be gods offering both protection and fertility and were placed outside of gates for protection against demons travelling between realities. Please check following link.|
|Download||Download||Haenyeo (also spelled haenyo) (Hangul: 해녀; lit. sea women) are female divers in the Korean province of Jeju. Known for their independent spirit, iron will and determination, the haenyeo are representative of the semi-matriarchal family structure of Jeju. Please check following link.|
Flyers and posters
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