Kyeongbuk High School

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Kyeongbuk High School (Korean: 경북고등학교) is a high school that is located in Daegu, South Korea.


The flower that symbolizes the school is a magnolia, which means that become a person respected by others as grow to an excellent talented person and hold pure ideal like the flower. The tree is a zelkova, which shows that the education that has nourished a talented person harmonious and great spirit like the figure of the tree that is tough, well-to-do and neat.


The history of the school is relatively long. It was opened on 16 May 1916 by repairing Hyeopseong School. On 16 December 1917, the school was moved to Daebong-dong.

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Coordinates: 35°50′40″N 128°38′22″E / 35.84444°N 128.63944°E / 35.84444; 128.63944