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   Master Blue 
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   [re] Another difficult question...^^
Hello,

It is quite difficult to understand the correct and exact logic of hexagrams.
Any way, in your case, the second one is right.
The four hexagrams in Korean flag is abbrieviated one; from 8 to 4.
That abbrieviation require some fundamental change in their order and arrangement.
So if you choose the first one, it would be somewhat misunderstandable.

Thanks.

>Hello, I am part of the Taekwondo club at New York University. A teammate and I have created a logo for the team, and I have added the eight trigrams of the I Ching as a reference to the Korean flag. However, I am unsure of what order I should put the symbols.
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>I have two configurations so far:
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>http://pages.stern.nyu.edu/~bw388/tkd/I%20Ching%20logo.pdf
>http://pages.stern.nyu.edu/~bw388/tkd/I%20Ching%20logo%20different%20config.pdf
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>The first one corresponds to the trigrams in the corners of the Korean flag, while the second one corresponds to the diagram given at http://www.kukkiwon.or.kr/eng/image/tkskill/212_1.jpg
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>My question is, what would be the correct way to arrange the symbols?


   Thank you!

Tracy
2005/01/15

   Samjae

Dave
2004/03/16


 
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   I Ching symbols

Ben
2004/09/05 20190 2457

     [re] Another difficult question...^^

Master Blue
2004/09/06 17925 2178
 
       [re] Another difficult question...^^

Ben
2004/09/06 17910 2455
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