What do the black trigrams on the Flag of South Korea mean?

heaven, sun, moon and earth
east, south, north and west
justice, fruition, wisdom and vitality
all of the above
The Flag of South Korea has three parts: a white rectangular background, a red and blue Taeguk, symbolizing balance, in its centre, and four black trigrams selected from the original eight, one to each corner. Each trigram represents one of the four classical elements, such as virtue, celestial body or season.
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