What are the symbols of the North Korean flag?

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The flag of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea) has the following symbolism: The blue stripes signify sovereignity, peace and friendship. The white stripes signify purity and the heritage of the Korean people. Red represents the revolutionary spirit of the people. The red star is the symbol of communism.
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