How to Fly the Flag

How to Fly the Flag

 

On national holidays and 
ordinary days,
it should be flown at full-mast.

 

On days of mourning,
it should be flown at half-mast.

 

When the flag is flown in a line with other flags in three or
 in other odd numbers, it is placed in the center.

 

When the number of flags is even, the flag is flown 
on the left end as viewed from the front.

* When the flag is flown in Korea together with the U.N. flag and flags of other countries, they should be flown in the following order: the U.N. flag, the Korean flag and flags of other countries in alphabet order.

Order of Raising or Lowering the Flag

  • When the flag is flown along with other flags, it should either be raised first or simultaneously with the others.

  • When the flag is lowered with other flags, it should either be lowered last or simultaneously with the others.

Safekeeping and Care of the National Flag

  • The flag must be folded with great care and stored in a flag box or other container for safekeeping. Additionally, the box or container must be stored in plain sight and be easily accessible.

  • If the flag is dirtied or wrinkled, it may be washed and ironed but care should be taken to ensure its original form is not distorted.

  • If the flag is damaged or worn out, it should not be discarded casually or used for other purposes; it should be burned in a discreet place.

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