South Korea | S Korean Flag Toothpicks (100)
Toothpick Flags of South Korea

South Korea | S Korean Flag Toothpicks (100)

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Add spirit and patriotism with South Korea flag toothpicks.

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Add spirit and patriotism with South Korea flag toothpicks. Flag toothpicks are an excellent way to add an extra surprise to cocktails and hors d'oeuvres.  In fact, you can stick these cute little picks just about anywhere to add color and reinforce your theme for a MASH, Asian or Korean Dol party.
  • 100 count
  • Toothpick: 2.5" long
  • Flag:  1.5" wide x 1" tall
  • Paper flag on wood pick

The official flag of the Republic of South Korea, aka Taegeukgi, features a red & blue yin & yang symbol in the center surrounded by 4 black trigrams in each quarter of the flag, all on a white background. The S Korean flag was first used to represent the entire peninsula in 1883 and was declared the official flag of South Korea in 1949.

The white background represents peace and purity. The yin and yang symbol, or Taiji, represents the balance of the universe where blue is negative cosmic forces and red is opposing positive cosmic forces. The four trigrams (hangul: kwae) represent the principle of movement and harmony and were selected from the original eight. The four trigrams are symbols of the four classic elements: Fire, Air, Earth & Water.

  • The national flag of the Republic of Korea (South Korea) aka Taegukgi on wood toothpicks.
  • The South Korean flag features a red & blue Yin-Yang symbol in the center on a white field with 4 of the original 8 trigrams in the corners.
  • 100 count of paper flags on wood toothpicks; Flag: 1.5"W x 1"H, Pick: 2.5"L.
  • Use flag toothpicks to add an extra little surprise and color to cocktail garnishes and hors d'oeuvres.
  • Top bulgogi burgers and fish cakes, tteokguk or duckGuk on Seollal (Lunar New Years).

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