National Symbols Report
National symbols bind the hearts and minds of a country’s people together in powerful, and to outsiders, often mysterious ways. Understanding the meaning of these symbols is essential to understanding the people, their culture, and their emotional connection to their country.
This report provides detailed information about South Korea’s national symbols including national anthem, national flag, national day, national bird, and national flower. Detailed information, history, descriptions, and images are provided for each category.
This report is especially useful for students doing country reports, diplomats on foreign missions, business negotiators, missionaries, and marketing professionals.
Content: This South Korea—National Symbols Report contains six content modules, 30+ photographs, and a minimum of 18 pages of editorial.
The 6 content modules for South Korea are:
- National Anthem
- National Bird
- National Day
- Flag Images
- Flag Details
- National Flower
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Report Date: June 7, 2023
Delivery Format: PDF download in letter (8.5” x 11”) format.
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