North Korean TV erasing Kim Jong Un's Supreme Commander emblem | NK News
June 18, 2024
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North Korean TV erasing Kim Jong Un’s Supreme Commander emblem

Scene deletion, obscuring of emblem beginning in February may relate to 2019 constitutional change

Updated May 26, 13:30 KST to include additional information on the constitutional change as it relates to narration in Kim Jong Un films.

North Korean television began erasing and covering up images of the flag and emblem of the Supreme Commander of the Korean People's Army (KPA) in February, an NK News exclusive analysis has found.

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