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Taebaek, Kangwon-do (South Korea)


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[Taebaek city flag] image by Blas Delgado

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Yellowish green of the top portion means a bright image of the Taebaek's future, and green of the low portion represents rest and peace of Taebaek.

A round circle means a mine head, and a flame indicates forever development, and the mountain is a grand and beautiful Mt. Taebaek, and it represents a deep-rooted infinite development will of citizens.
researched by Dov Gutterman, 11 June 2000