The symbol conveys a dynamic expression of Taegeuk (the pattern forming the center of the Korean national flag) through the unity of blue and red.
It represents the Korean government’s dedication to creating a bright future by the ideal integration of the nation and its people, of Korea and the rest of the world, and of the past and the present together.
Adopting the prototype colors of Taegeuk, the symbol maximizes the beauty of being Korean while expressing Korea’s cultural sophistication.
Signature (In Korean and English)
The radius of the symbol is used as the basis for the signature.
The center axis of the symbol is used again as the reference axis of its integration with the name “Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.”