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Hyundai Asan Company

Here is a photo from Kaesong Industrial District. Can anyone identify the flag? Probably the flag of a South Korean construction company.
Jens Pattke, 10 April 2016

It belongs to the Hyundai Asan (현대아산) company, who is a part of building the park. There is a variant of this flag as well, minus the logo text, at and in Hanja (Chinese characters taken and used for Korean and have Korean pronunciation).
Zachary Harden, 10 April 2016

Yes, this is a branch flag of the Hyundai Asan Group.
Jens Pattke, 11 April 2016

Hyundai Motor Company

[Hyundai Motor Company]
image by António Martins-Tuválkin, 27 November 2010

Hyundai Motor Company (officially 현대 자동차 주식회사 = Hyŏndae Chatongch’a Chusik-hoesa) is a South Korean automobile manufactor founded in 1967, doing business worldwide and since 1998 part of Hyundai Kia Group. See also:
Its logo shows a stylized slanted "H" with round cutouts inside a horizontally lying elipsis. Apart from the litteral meaning, at this page it is said that the logo is also supposed to be symbolic of the company's desire to expand.
The ovaloid shape indicates the company's global expansion and the slanted, stylized 'H' is symbolic of two people (specifically the company and customer) shaking hands.
At a blue flag with white logo and lettering, on a 2:3 background and flying freely from a vertical pole indoors is shown in use as of 2008 in Portugal, in what may be a sample of worldwide usage.
António Martins-Tuválkin, 27 November 2010

Korea Electric Power Corporation

[Korea Electric Power Corporation]
image by Randy Young, 24 April 2016

"Korea Electric Power Corporation, better known as KEPCO, (한국전력공사:Hanguk Jeollyeok Gongsa). is the largest electric utility in South Korea, responsible for the generation, transmission and distribution of electricity and the development of electric power projects including those in nuclear power, wind power and coal. The South Korean government owns a 51% share of KEPCO. KEPCO traces its origins to Hanseong Jeongi Hoesa (Hansung Electric Power Company), founded in 1898. The announcement of the Chosun Electricity Control Decree by the Colonial Korean government in March 1943 saw the integration of several electric companies into the Korea Electric Power Company. The Korea Electric Company (KECO), established through the integration of the Korea Electric Power Company and two distribution companies, Gyeongsung Electric Company and South Korea Electric Company, opened on July 1, 1961. In 1982, KECO became a wholly government owned entity and was renamed the Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO)."
The official page for corporate identity and logo use is located here.
For additional information go to: KPECO (official website)

The flag is a white horizontal background with the logo in the middle, as seen here.
Esteban Rivera, 10 April 2016

Yes, this is a branch flag of the Hyundai Asan Group. See this image of the Kepco flag.
Jens Pattke, 11 April 2016

Pohang Iron and Steel Company

[Pohang Iron and Steel Company]
image by  Eugene Ipavec, 13 January 2010

The flag of the Pohang Iron and Steel Company or POSCO, based in Pohang, South Korea, is visible in a Yahoo News photo. Blue with rounded white company name.
Eugene Ipavec, 13 January 2010

Samsung Corporation

[Samsung Corporation]
image by  D.M.S., 20 April 2014

Here is the flag of the Samsung company, a South Korean corporation.
D.M.S., 20 April 2014

The photo shows a shot of the flag, and the national flag before a building (headquarters?) on a backdrop videoscreen as shown on TV news show.
Rob Raeside, 20 April 2014

Samsung Electronics

Samsung may seem to have a variant flag from the one we display currently. There's this flag that actually has more letters in the Korean inscription below than the one we have on our site.
Esteban Rivera, 07 February 2015

The flag has the Hangul script 삼성전자, which is the name of Samsung Electronics, the flagship subsidiary of Samsung Group.
Randy Young, 08 February 2015