Articles

  • How Long Will They Say No?

    There is only US who is neglecting DPRK’s reality with constitutional antipathy toward Pyongyang, making a desperate attempt to stifle it while clinging to the policy of sanctions, isolation and suffocation.

  • Flood-affected Areas Revive Miraculously

    A typhoon flailed the North Hamgyong Provincial area in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea from August 29 to September 2 this year, bringing uncontrollable disasters ever seen since the country was liberated in August 1945…

  • Wonderful Landscapes of the Mount Kumgang

    Sea Kumgang has a spectacular scenery as if the unparalleled beauty of Mt. Kumgang moved to the seaside. The wonderful lakescape along the shore, the seascape with whitecaps, strange cliffs and…

  • Broken Dream and Shattered Myth

    The United States, which had emerged as leader of imperialism after fishing in troubled waters in the Second World War, put the point of its strategy of world supremacy in Asia…

  • Have You Ever Tasted Koryo Liquor?

    Many people in the world who are fond of drinking and who say they are specialists in alcoholic beverage often ask this question one another.

  • Wonsan-Mt Kumgang International Tourist Zone

    Establishment of the Wonsan-Mt Kumgang International Tourist Zone was proclaimed in 2014 as a measure of the state to activate international tourism in the scenic spots on the eastern coast of Korea.

  • Sangwon Hermitage

    The Sangwon Hermitage, situated in Sangwon Valley in Mt. Myohyang, Hyangam-ri, Hyangsan County, North Phyongan Province, is affiliated to the Pohyon Temple in the mountain. For the three waterfalls of Ryongyon, Sanju…

  • Renovated Pyongyang Cornstarch Factory

    An article by Kim Ok who recently visited renovated Pyongyang Cornstarch Factory

  • Sight Restored

    Some time ago I was told that a doctor at Kinmaul Polyclinic in Moranbong District, Pyongyang, has brought back eyesight to a student. I went to see her at her clinic….

  • Image of My Son

    One day over 20 years ago, I received a letter.  It was from Pak Yong Chan, identified as a military PO Box. Feeling rather strange I read it. Pak wrote that he was…

  • Korean Piano Prodigies

    An article about Ma Sin A, young World-famous Pianist and Han Su Ryo, Promising Pianist.

  • Pyongyang Kim Jong Suk Textile Mill

    The Pyongyang Kim Jong Suk Textile Mill, established in October 1948, has been called a mother factory of the textile industry in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. The mill…

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