Much the same way the United States flag is saluted:
국기 경례 = salute the flag
Yes. You always salute. I was always taught to salute even if there was no flag. I would just in case tho.
We salute the flag because it shows loyalty and it shows the love for our country.
The salute is made with the right hand over the heart, the standard civil, not military, flag salute.
No it's considered idolatryADDITIONALLY, we do not salute the flag of anynation. It is not just the American flag.
Girl Scouts salute the flag with their hands on their hearts. They do not use a military salute. Girl Scouts also participate in flag ceremonies.
Yes, when you are wearing a uniform, you salute the flag both indoors and outdoors.
Let's all stand and salute the flag.
When leaving the ship you salute the officer on duty and ask permission to leave the ship. Then you stand on top of the gangway, face the flag and salute it. This is to show your respect to America and the flag. When leaving the ship you salute the Officer on Duty and ask permission to leave the ship. Then you stop at the top of the gangway and salute the flag. This is to show respect to America and the flag.
People salute flags to express loyalty to their nation.
that is a matter of opinion.
yes of course