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Boseong County, Chollanam-do (South Korea)


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[Beoseong county flag]
Source: Beoseong county website

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Meaning of the Flag

From the Beoseong county website:
Boseong is surrounded by the fertile soil, fishery resources, and thick forests. The focal points of the flag are mountains and the ocean.
  • [Description] It represents the three Scenic Vistas and the three Treasures: the wooded forests, clean ocean waters, green tea, and So-ri (Singing) of Boseong.
  • Diamond-shaped Outline - Symbolizes the value of Boseong County.
  • Each Corner - Symbolizes progress of Boseongians toward the Fourth Direction.
  • Green - Symbolizes the thickly wooded forest and the spirit of Boseongians.
  • Engraved Green Tea Leave - Symbolizes the tea fields (Highest Productivity of Green Tea).
  • Wave shape - Symbolizes the zest and sorrow of Boseongians and So-ri (Singing) of Boseong.
  • Blue : Symbolizes clear and clean Lakes and Ocean.
researched by Phil Nelson, 8 October 2005