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The flag seems to have changed to the present one in April 2002, according to North Korea Magazine and videos. Both former and new flags have two version: 2:3 (emblem centered) and 1:2 (emblem towards hoist.)
Nozomi Kariyasu, 23 Oct 2005
Source is a photograph from the Arirang festival; accuracy indeterminate. This version is also included in the Corr 3. of the Album 2000, with the note that it is not confirmed.
Željko Heimer, 18 Oct 2006
I'm attaching a
picture of the recent North Korean parade for your consideration. I couldn't
identify the flag at the right. I searched the North Korea pages to no avail.
Art, 28 April 2012
It seems to be very similar to Supreme Commander's flag.
Zoltan Horvath, 28 April 2012
I think you're right, its just an effect of the light that make it look 2
Marc Pasquin, 28 April 2012
Source: [cor03], Correction numéro 4 à l’ Album des Pavillons nationaux et des Marques distinctives
Source: [pay03], Correction numéro 3 à l’ Album des Pavillons nationaux et des Marques distinctives
A stamp from North Korea shows this flag, describeed as "Flag of the Supreme Commander and an officer of military parade". It a flag for the Head of State, as Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces?
Jordi Perez, 15 Nov 2001
In the Corr. 4 of the Album it was replaced with a similar but slightly different (and multicoloured) version, still noted to be unconfirmed.
Željko Heimer, 22 Oct 2005