Here's another sign. North Korea to set clocks to its own time (ft.com)
A 30 minute reset into the past is scheduled for August 8, 2015. The date's numbers (20150815) sum to 22. See the previous post for more on that number.
The reset is claimed to mark the 70th anniversary of Korea’s liberation from Japanese rule. Seven is a time number, and that 7*10 is a TIME span.
Time was earlier reset in 1912 when Japan annexed Korea and adjusted their clocks to synchronize them with Tokyo time. The numbers of 1912 sum to 13. Time control. The year 1912 is notable too as the year Kim Il Sung was born, the man considered the country's first leader. North Korea adopted a special calendar in 1997 based on the year of his birth. The day of the year chosen for the upcoming reset, August 15, has to do with his military exploits.
South Korea was also forced to change to Tokyo time in 1912, with Korea not yet having been divided into North and South. They reset their clocks back 30 minutes in 1954 only to set them forward again 7 years later, and they remain on Tokyo time to this day. The decision had to do with economic development, and as it is said - time is money.