Logo of Gyeonggi-do
The logo of Gyeonggi-do is made up of Gyeonggi-do’s initials in Korean: ㄱ, ㄱ, ㄷ
The top strokes in the initials “ㄱ, ㄱ, ㄷ” create a horizontal green line that expresses Gyeonggi-do’s pursuit of a straight path for the creation of a better future in solidarity with its residents.
The harmonious balance of horizontal and upward strokes embodies the flexible-yet-upright image of Gyeonggi-do.
The “ㄱ” on the very left stands for “Gyeong (경)” with the bottom upward stroke expressing Gyeonggi-do’s future growth in accordance with upright values.
The “ㄱ” in the middle stands for “gi (기)” with the bottom upward stroke expressing Gyeonggi-do’s aspiration to create opportunities for the realization of a better future.
The “ㄷ” on the very right stands for “do (도),” or “province” in Korean, with the lower horizontal stroke representing the co-existence of diverse individuals within Gyeonggi-do.
Slogan of Gyeonggi-do
“GO GREAT, GYEONGGI” not only enhances Gyeonggi-do’s status as a representative local autonomy of Korea, but also defines its aspiration to prosper and build a better future in solidarity with its residents.
The slogan of Gyeonggi-do combines the English letter “G” with the Korean initial “ㄱ” so as to clearly express the identity of Gyeonggi-do.
The “ㄱ” within the “G” is written in a slanted form for design purposes with the green and blue coloring of the “G” effectively conveying Gyeonggi-do’s initiatives for the future direction through the mixture of colors.
The Italic format is used to capture the image of Gyeonggi-do as it boldly advances into the future.
Colors of Gyeonggi-do
Gyeonggi Blue : Represents trust, energy and future values
Gyeonggi Green : Represents nature, co-existence, eco-friendliness, and peace