This symbol represents the succession and development of Korea’s traditional culture,
which is preserved and safeguarded by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, the creator of a ‘Creative Korea’ and ‘Spiritual Culture’.
The Ministry of Culture and Tourism is also responsible for the acceptance of foreign culture for the maturation and modernization of the traditional Korean culture.
This symbol is made up of three water drops that resemble smeared drops of ink.
The smeared drops imply the tendency of culture to spread and assimilate and the expansion of the core of of ‘value creation’.
The three dots symbolize harmony and active exchanges of values among diverse cultures.
The blue and red represent two major poles of culture and symbolize reasonable and emotional values.
The gray represents the process of assimilation of conflicting cultures and value in the creation new cultures.
The dominant red symbolizes creative passion and sensible living in the life of culture.
This symbol conveys a cultural life that liberally and joyously pursues new values and repeats the process of spreading and assimilation.
The smeared colors symbolize Korea’s cultural tradition and eastern values and express our will to establish Korea as the cultural hub of the world.
- Symbolic Colors
- Horizontal Type (Korean)
- Horizontal Type (English)
- Vertical Type
- Symbol and Address type