Use Crayola® crayons, colored pencils, or markers to color the flag of South Korea. Color the top half of the circle red and the bottom half blue. The rest of the flag should be white. Did you know?
South Korea is located in eastern Asia. The South Korean flag has four sets of broken and unbroken bars. The top left set, called Kun, means heaven; the bottom left set, called Yi, means fire; the bottom right set, called Kon, means earth; and the top right set, called Kam, means water. All of these elements together represent harmony and peace.
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