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English: The earliest surviving depiction of the flag of Korea, as published in a U.S. Navy book Flags of Maritime Nations in July 1882. Source for this scan: Chosun Ilbo article of January 26, 2004 20:39 KST, online at
한국어: 太極旗 朝鮮의 國旗 光緒七年 / 태극기 조선의 국기 광서칠년
日本語: 太極旗朝鮮の国旗光緒七年
中文: 太極旗朝鮮國旗光緒七年
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