This paper aims to explore the selection criteria for the Order of Military Merit in Korea and to explore review and proposal for the enactment of order of Military Merit, which symbolizes Baekje. When selecting the Order of Merit, it is generally based on the historical symbolism and universality of Korea. The current Taegeuk-Eulji-Chungmu-Hwarang-Inheon Order of Military Merit well meets the standards of symbolism and universality by using the names of figures who symbolized Gojoseon, Goguryeo, Silla, Goryeo, Joseon, and Repoblic of Korea. However, one regrettable thing is that symbols or figures related to Baekje, which was responsible for an axis of history during the Three Kingdoms Period and had excellent generals, are missing. This is believed to have been excluded in the process of unifying 12 kinds of orders into five grades. Therefore, General Gyebaek who fought against 50,000 Silla troops and died heroically, or Dalsol who commanded the central and provincial military organizations of Baekje, can be considered as a person who can symbolize Baekje. In light of the cases in which various orders have been added through several legal revisions whenever it is needed, it is proposed to enact adding a Order of Military Merit, symbolizing Baekje.