13 comments on “Interesting Question of the Day – 19 September 2017
  1. Kevin Bramboeck says:

    Looks like a bastardised version of the South Korean flag

  2. Wayne's says:

    It’s the ISO symbol for nuclear holocaust.

  3. Doug Kelly says:

    It’s almost the Korean flag but the stripes are not correct.

  4. Andrew B says:

    Too much heaven! No fire, water, or earth.

  5. Simon Margan says:

    This flag is called the “Taegukki” (Korean) and it is the current flag for South Korea, established in 1950 when North and South Korea divided.

    • Simon Margan says:

      It should be pointed out, that some of the four pairs of three parallel lines have breaks in them. Each of those symbols is meant to represent the four elements, i.e. fire, wind, water and earth.