South Korean Flag love the meaning behind it. I've also heard that the short and long lines along with representing the elements also represent the strong protecting the weak and the weak protecting the strong. Like the taegeuk, its all about BALANCE.
인천시 [Incheon, 仁川市] , Korea, 1951 Photographer Unidentified NARA FILE WAR & CONFLICT BOOK 1484 Korean orphan boy adopted by a motor pool battalion at Inchon, Korea and nursed back to health. He is called "Number One" by the boys of the motor pool.
Korean children at the Shinto Temples complex which was located on the west slope of Namsan Mountain. The complex was at the top of the Steps which, itself, was located just east of the Seoul Railroad Station. Photo by Dewey McLean,