The sam taeguk, a bright image of yellow, red, and blue swirls, is an important symbol in Korean culture. It signifies the world in balance. The blue represents the sky, the red represents the earth, and the yellow represents people. The sam taeguk often appears on fans. A variation of this symbol, one with only red and blue, appears on the flag of South Korea.
What You'll Need
- 1 thin sheet of cardboard
- 7 sheets of cardstock (2 yellow, 2 blue, 2 red, 1 black)
- 2 large craft sticks
- yellow yarn