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The symbol of the Korean National Police (KNP), which was newly created on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of their founding, takes the shape of Steller's sea eagle flying up to the sky with holding the rose of Sharon.

Steller's sea eagle, the scales on the neck, and the rose of Sharon represents "police", "balance" and "the state and the people" respectively.

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Replacing the former symbol, an eagle, with the steller's sea eagle, which is an native Korean bird, means the Korean police could keep the traditional name value of the police and shed off the negative connotations of the former symbol which had been created under the military administration of the U.S. Army in 1947.

Symbol mark

  • Eagle

    심벌마크 참수리

    The distinguished and strong characteristics of
    the eagle have been configured to

    01. Stress strength and courage through
    the realistic beak shape

    02. Express the accurate insight of police
    who look into all areas for security
    by expressing large and sharp eyes

    03.Express the always ready attitude of the police
    to react quickly anytime to the demands

    of the people by the upward pointing feathers
    on the head of the eagle

  • Balance

    심벌마크 저울

    On the shoulders of the eagle, there are
    ① a scale and ② a balance beam toconfigure
    the shape of balance, and stress "fairness."

    This expresses the firm will of the Korean police
    not to waver from any outside pressureas
    a legal executor, and realize "justice" through
    fair legal executions.

  • Rose of Sharon

    심벌마크 무궁화

    The yin and yang sign in the middle of the rose of
    Sharon is the origin of all things and
    signifies "the Republic of Korea and its people,"
    and each of the five flower petals surrounding
    the symbolsignify the five values
    the police pursue - loyalty, trust, strength,
    justice, and humanity.