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Global Korea 2012 Emblem


When the New Year begins, Korean people enjoy flying the kites of hope for good fortune. In particular, a Korean traditional ‘Bangpai Kite’, also known as the shield-shaped kite, was used as a significant means to signal a battle during the Japanese invasion of Korea in 1852. In summary, it was a kind of communications satellites.

As posted, the emblem for Global Korea 2012 embodies the ‘Bangpai Kite’ with the four main themes: Hope (Blue), Green Growth (Green), Republic of Korea (Red) and Harmony (Orange). Specifically, the hole in the middle of the kite can be only seen in the Korean traditional kites, functioning as a balance-keeper in a strong wind. It further symbolizes the hope that the Republic of Korea will play a pivotal role as a “Hope Messenger” in the international arena, providing a new milestone after the global crisis.