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Ji Do Kwan Symbolism

test case for Chosun Blackbelt Academy

Ji Do Kwan Our Association
o-de-key small and medium circles representing the earth and life on earth
large circle represents the universe
medium circle represents the earth
small circle represents life on earth
Rose of Sharon / Water Lilly / Lotus Leaf the Korean national flower with eight petals, each petal/point represents an attitude
colors in our Ji Do Kwan patch red, blue, and gold
Spirit of Ji Do Kwan When you fall down 7 times get up 8 times
Red Symbolizes power, energy, attention & courage
Gold Symbolizes spirituality & freedom
Blue Symbolizes peace, friendship & tranquility
The 8 Manners of Solemnity Represented by the 8 points of the flower
Created by: MicahS