The blue oval represents Yedang Reservoir (Yedang Lake) as an image of water, which is a source of life.
The green oval symbolizes a clean and garden city in a well-preserved natural environment.
The yellow oval signifies abudance and hope and represents the golden plains in the area.
The red point refers to the target of Yesan's development and represents the sun and apples.
This is the brand mark of Seocheon representing openness, cooperation, balance, growth and development, happiness, hope, vision and future of Seocheon.
Openness, cooperation, balance, growth and development, happiness, hope, vision and future
Seocheon-gun's flag created based on the Hangeul characters, ㅅ, ㅊ, ㅓ and ㄴ demonstrates a harmony of energetic and dynamic curves, symbolizing the progressiveness of the coastal county, Seocheon
The Seocheon Maryang-ri Camellia Forest, designated as Natural Monument No. 169, and the Seocheon Camellia Octopus Festival have helped to promote the beauty of camellia flowers, which blossom before other flowers in early spring. These red flowers symbolize passionate love and are considered lucky as they can prevent hardships and disasters. Also, because camellias bear many fruits, they also symbolize high fecundity.
3/4 of the pine trees in Seocheon are black pines, which can withstand the harsh sea winds and are characterized by upright growth. The black pine trees that show strong vitality and vivacity are regarded to symbolize the tenacity, strength and perseverance of those who can endure through various difficulties.
This is a rare species of birds, designated as Natural Monument No. 326. They last the winter on the clean, unpolluted tidal flats of Yubudo Island, which is considered as the perfect place to study migratory birds. Oystercatchers attest to the fact that Seocheon is a clean and beautiful natural habitat.