Introducing representative symbols
Seeking true harmony and enjoyment by realizing the own life value and ego rather than competition through voluntary sports activities.
Regardless of age, nationality, and gender, it means that people from all over the world will concord, meet true friends, have fun, and exchange with each other through the International sports-for-all synthesize competition called Asia-Pacific Masters Game.
- It expresses friendship between participants through the figure of holding hands together and visualizes the dynamics of sports-for-all in the form of people who participate in the competitions.
- The soft curve form inspired by the eaves of Hanok; highlights the beauty and tradition of Korea & Jeonbuk and emphasizes harmony with eco-friendly images by adding green to five colors (blue, red, yellow).
Korean-English top-and-bottom combination
Korean left-and-right combination
English left-and-right combination
Emblem Korean-English left-and-right combination
Like a good omen, "Magpie," which informs that welcoming people or news, the mascot contains the meanings of wanting to convey to deliver delightful news and hope to people from all over the world.
- It embodies magpie, a representative bird of Jeonbuk province (Dojo, 道鳥).
- White magpies (known as a good omen) and black magpies (traditional colors) harmonize the colors.
- It expresses welcoming to participants and visitors through wide-opened wings.
Applied form of mascot
Hanbok (New Year’s greeting)