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Travel Tags of Korean Tradition

Updated at 2024-06-14

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The two leftmost travel tags depict a traditional Korean bride and groom dressed in red and blue hanbok. These colors represent the red and blue yin-yang symbol on the South Korean flag, representing harmony. The center travel tag is a caricature of Admiral Yi Sun-shin, a famous naval commander of the Joseon Dynasty who defeated the powerful Japanese army during the Imjin War. To the right of the general is a female wearing the wonsam, a long-sleeved ceremonial dress worn only by aristocratic women on special occasions. The item on the far right represents a samul nori performer. Samul nori is a folk music ensemble commonly performed in the rural areas of South Korea to ensure a bountiful harvest. The ensemble consists of four percussion instruments that mimic the sounds of wind, rain, thunder, and clouds.

Details

Name
Travel Tags of Korean Tradition
Giver
Gumi City Government
Friendly States
Republic of Korea
City
Gumi City, North Gyeongsang Province

Alliance date: Sept. 7, 2016
Language: Korean
Area: 615.3 square kilometers
Population: Approx. 413,000 people
Main Industries/Features: The main industries are cutting-edge electronics and related machinery parts; semiconductors; and information technology. Gumi is a city where traditional culture and cutting-edge industries meet (It has a long history and tradition, as well as the country’s largest industrial park whose tenants include Samsung, LG, and other international companies).

Size
L11cm W6cm H0.1 cm
Category
Other Materia
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