City Symbol Mark
- The Pyeongtaek City mark symbolizes the Taegeuk circle shape featured at the center of the South Korean flag, embodying the fundamental principles of the universe and the vitality of budding sprouts, and delivering a forward-looking spirit and hope.
- The three lines at the bottom symbolize the city's expansive all-weather plains and expanding expressways embodying the city's enterprising spirit, and the white ground symbolize the citizens' pure and clean sensibilities.
- The entire image embraces the citizens' unity and hopes and embodies a determination to leap forward as a world-class city.
City Bird: White Heron
- Description : A migratory bird flying into Korea from March to October. White herons nestle near villages and catch their prey in swamps or rivers.
- Symbol : As a peace symbol, the white heron symbolizes humans' decency (purity). They are jokingly said to visit only rich villages. The city's sprawling plains and the white color of white herons well harmonize, highlighting the bird's familiar image.
City Flower: Pear Flower
- Description : The pear tree with clean white flowers is classified as the pear tree genus of the rose family. The pear flower blooms in April and bears fruits in summer. It embraces the Koreans' liking for white and symbolizes clean beauty.
- Symbol : The pear flower symbolizes Pyeongtaek City’s excellent-quality pear and associates its clean and fascinating image with the city image.
City Tree: Pine Tree
- Description : As an evergreen needleleaf tree, the pine tree grows well even in dry, barren soil. Pine tree leaves and pine flower powder are used as medicinal ingredients. The pine tree can strongly resist winds and is much used for the creation of windbreak forests.
- Symbol : A representative tree that symbolizes the Korean people and that is loved by the Koreans. It can strongly resist cold, thereby symbolizing the city's potentials.