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Article: Flag of South Korea
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[[File:Taegukgi.jpg|thumb|200px|{{FIAV|historical}} The earliest surviving depiction of the flag was printed in a U.S. Navy book ''Flags of Maritime Nations'' in July 1882.<ref>{{cite book|url=http://www.archive.org/stream/ofmaritimeflagsn00unitrich#page/n5/mode/2up|title=Flags of maritime nations: from the most authentic sources|author=United States. Navy Dept. Bureau of Navigation |publisher=Bureau of Navigation|year=1882|page=16}}</ref>]]
 
[[File:Taegukgi.jpg|thumb|200px|{{FIAV|historical}} The earliest surviving depiction of the flag was printed in a U.S. Navy book ''Flags of Maritime Nations'' in July 1882.<ref>{{cite book|url=http://www.archive.org/stream/ofmaritimeflagsn00unitrich#page/n5/mode/2up|title=Flags of maritime nations: from the most authentic sources|author=United States. Navy Dept. Bureau of Navigation |publisher=Bureau of Navigation|year=1882|page=16}}</ref>]]
   
The issue of the [[national flag]] only became an issue in 1876, in the [[Joseon]] Dynasty. Before 1876, a [[national flag]] did not exist and it was not considered important. The issue began during the negotiations for the [[Japan-Korea Treaty of 1876]]. Although the [[delegate]] of the [[Empire of Japan]] had the [[flag of Japan|Japanese national flag]], [[Joseon]] Dynasty could not hang a corresponding flag. Thus, there were some proposals to create a flag, but the issue was considered unimportant by the government. At 1880, the proliferation of foreign negotiations led to a need for the [[national flag]].<ref name="Doopedia Taegukgi">{{cite web|url= http://www.doopedia.co.kr/doopedia/master/master.do?_method=view&MAS_IDX=101013000722400#MGROUP_101220000156376| title= 대한민국[Republic of Korea,大韓民國] |publisher= Doosan Corporation| accessdate= November 5, 2013| language=Korean}}</ref> The most major proposal was described in the ‘Korea Strategy’ papers written by the Chinese delegate [[Huang Zunxian]]. The proposal was to incorporate the [[Flag of the Qing Dynasty]] for the [[Joseon]] Dynasty. In response to the proposal, the government sent the delegate of Lee Young-Sook to explore the possibility of the issue through the politician [[Li Hongzhang]]. [[Li Hongzhang]] agreed with some parts of the proposal, but proposed that some other factors should be differed. The [[Qing Dynasty]] agreed with Hongzhang, but it is unknown how far the Joseon government explored this proposal.<ref name="EncyKorea Taegukgi">{{cite web|url= http://encykorea.aks.ac.kr/Contents/Index?contents_id=E0058892| title= 태극기| publisher=[[Academy of Korean Studies]] |accessdate= November 5, 2013| language=Korean| trans_title= Taegukgi}}</ref>
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The issue of the [[national flag]] only became an issue in 1876, in the [[Joseon]] Dynasty. Before 1876, a [[national flag]] did not exist and it was not considered important. The issue began during the negotiations for the [[Japan-Korea Treaty of 1876]]. Although the [[delegate]] of the [[Empire of Japan]] had the [[flag of Japan|Japanese national flag]], [[Joseon]] Dynasty could not hang a corresponding flag. Thus, there were some proposals to create a flag, but the issue was considered unimportant by the government. At 1880, the proliferation of foreign negotiations led to a need for the [[national flag]].<ref name="Doopedia Taegukgi">{{cite web|url= http://www.doopedia.co.kr/doopedia/master/master.do?_method=view&MAS_IDX=101013000722400#MGROUP_101220000156376| title= 대한민국[Republic of Korea,大韓民國] |publisher= Doosan Corporation| accessdate= November 5, 2013| language=Korean}}</ref> The most major proposal was described in the ‘Korea Strategy’ papers written by the Chinese delegate [[Huang Zunxian]]. The proposal was to incorporate the [[Flag of the Qing Dynasty]] for the [[Joseon]] Dynasty. In response to the proposal, the government sent the delegate of Lee Young-Sook to explore the possibility of the issue through the politician [[Li Hongzhang]]. [[Li Hongzhang]] agreed with some parts of the proposal, but proposed that some other factors should be differed. The [[Qing Dynasty]] agreed with Hongzhang, but it is unknown how far the Joseon government explored this propsal. The Korean flag is really ugly and has no meaning behind the orgin. I LIKE UNICORNS!<ref name="EncyKorea Taegukgi">{{cite web|url= http://encykorea.aks.ac.kr/Contents/Index?contents_id=E0058892| title= 태극기| publisher=[[Academy of Korean Studies]] |accessdate= November 5, 2013| language=Korean| trans_title= Taegukgi}}</ref>
   
 
The issue was then shelved, and reemerged with the ratification of the [[United States-Korea Treaty of 1882]]. The controversy arose after the delegate Lee Eung-Jun presented a flag similar to the [[flag of Japan]] to the Chinese official [[Ma Jianzhong]]. In response to the discussion, [[Ma Jianzhong]] argued against the proposed idea of using the [[Flag of the Qing Dynasty]] and proposed a flag with a white background, with a half-red and half-black circle in the center, with eight black bars around the flag.<ref name="EncyKorea Taegukgi" /> On August 22, 1882, [[Park Yeong-hyo]] created a [[scale model]] of the Taegukgi to the Joseon government. [[Park Yeong-hyo]] became the first person to use the Taegukgi in the [[Empire of Japan]] on 1882.<ref name="Naver Taegukgi">{{cite web|url= http://krdic.naver.com/detail.nhn?docid=39276600| title= 태극-기太極旗| publisher= NAVER Corp.| accessdate= November 5, 2013| language= Korean| trans_title= Taeguk-gi}}</ref> On January 27, 1883, the Joseon government officially promulgated Taegukgi to be used as the official [[national flag]].<ref name="EncyKorea Taegukgi" />
 
The issue was then shelved, and reemerged with the ratification of the [[United States-Korea Treaty of 1882]]. The controversy arose after the delegate Lee Eung-Jun presented a flag similar to the [[flag of Japan]] to the Chinese official [[Ma Jianzhong]]. In response to the discussion, [[Ma Jianzhong]] argued against the proposed idea of using the [[Flag of the Qing Dynasty]] and proposed a flag with a white background, with a half-red and half-black circle in the center, with eight black bars around the flag.<ref name="EncyKorea Taegukgi" /> On August 22, 1882, [[Park Yeong-hyo]] created a [[scale model]] of the Taegukgi to the Joseon government. [[Park Yeong-hyo]] became the first person to use the Taegukgi in the [[Empire of Japan]] on 1882.<ref name="Naver Taegukgi">{{cite web|url= http://krdic.naver.com/detail.nhn?docid=39276600| title= 태극-기太極旗| publisher= NAVER Corp.| accessdate= November 5, 2013| language= Korean| trans_title= Taeguk-gi}}</ref> On January 27, 1883, the Joseon government officially promulgated Taegukgi to be used as the official [[national flag]].<ref name="EncyKorea Taegukgi" />
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Date: Thursday, the 13th of October 2016 at 02:37:32 PM
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