• Patriotic Stand for Peace and Reunification

    Seventy-two years have passed since the Korean nation was liberated on August 15, 1945 from the cruel military occupation of the Japanese imperialists and divided into north and south by the…

  • Five–storeyed Pagoda at Pulil Temple

    The five-storeyed pagoda at the Pulil Temple is a stone tower, located in Pangjikdong, Kaesong City. Built during the time of Koryo dynasty (918– 1392), it (without its head) is 7.94 metres high.

  • Is This Really for the US?

    The Trump Administration is driving the US into the ruin with the hostile DPRK policy. Then, has Trump chosen a policy good for the US? Article by Kim Il Bong

  • Hundred Against Million

    When Kim Il Sung declared an armed struggle against the Japanese imperialist aggressors, his nation’s power was fairly trifling. It was useless to mention Korea’s military capabilities.

  • Grand Temple of Education in Revolutionary Traditions

    The Korean Revolution Museum on Mansu Hill in Pyongyang was remodelled as a grand treasure house of Sun’s Korea on the occasion of the 105th birth anniversary of President Kim Il Sung.

  • Tradition Continues

    It is a tradition of the Pyongyang Kim Jong Suk Textile Mill for scores of years to overfulfil the annual production plan through a mass campaign.

  • U.S. sanctions against DPRK are culmination of acts against humanity and civilization

    Essay of Kim Kwang Hak, Researcher of the Institute for American Studies, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, DPRK

  • July 27: V Day for the DPRK

    On July 27, 1953, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea emerged victorious in the Korean war.

  • Sound of Victory Shakes the World

    Some days ago the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea succeeded in the test-launch of the inter-continental ballistic missile Hwasong 14, which was conducted in the northwest region of the country….

  • The Impact of Hwasong-14 and Its Meaning

    Successful test-firing of Hwasong-14 by the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea is shaking the whole world.

  • Video: Korean Socialism Which Guarantees Full Human Rights

    Democratic People’s Republic of Korea guarantees to all its citizens complete freedom and political rights in accordance with the principles of the Juche Idea which promotes the development of self-reliance…

  • Magnolia – National Flower of Korea

    The more than one hundred countries of the world all have their own national flowers. Korean national flower is Magnolia Sieboldii.

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