The brush-touched city mark in the shape of a person symbolizes a citizen living in the clean and pleasant city of Miryang sailing toward the free and lively future in a ship of hope.
|The red color symbolizes the glorious cultural history of Miryang and its passionate citizens.|
|The green color represents the initial "M" of Miryang and the city's green and clean natural environment.|
|The blue color symbolizes the "ship of hope" and the Namcheon River that runs through the city.|
The character dancing to the tune of Arirang (Korean traditional folk song) in a Korean traditional costume with colorful sleeves symbolizes the cheerful Miryang Arirang. The character is intended to convey the image of Miryang as a city of well-rounded, free, harmonious and amiable people.
The colorful sleeves of this dancing character are easily suggestive of Korea's Arirang or Miryang Arirang and the character's head as big as its body symbolizes an active and big-minded person giving Miryang the image as a messenger of hope.
The evergreen pine tree symbolizes the everlasting spirit of Miryang citizens.
Royal azalea's strong prolific and adapting ability symbolizes the progressive spirit of citizens and the prosperity of the city.
The magpie is considered to be a lucky bird whose chattering call brings good news to all those who hear it and is a much beloved bird by all Koreans.
A lucky bird(吉鳥)