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Jeonbuk

Song Ha-Jin
The Governor of Jeollabuk-do Song Ha-Jin
Career
  • Ph.D. in Public Administration, Korea University
  • 36th, 37th Mayor, Jeonju City
  • Chairman, Jeollabuk-do Mayor Consultative Meeting

Symbol

The upper part represents the high spirit of the residents of the province. Red is the passion of the people, green the beautiful nature of the province, and yellow symbolizes the vast, rich autumn fields. The navy curve is "Jeon" from Jeonbuk, inspired from the waves of the West Sea, it represents the province as a leading force in the Yellow Sea region.

Symbol of the Province

  • GINKGO
    GINKGO
    A tree known for its longevity of hundreds of years. The tree represents eternal prosperity in the region.
  • CRAPE MYRTLE
    CRAPE MYRTLE
    With its continuous bloom and perseverance in drought, it represents the patience and endurance of the people of Jeollabuk-do. Description of Logo
  • MAGPIE
    MAGPIE
    Korean myth says that hearing a morning magpie cry will bring good news.
    We also hope a magpie will bring good news to our Province.