• Booming Tourist Industry

    Sustained efforts are being directed to laying conditions for different thematic tourist activities. On the beautiful Rungna Islet in Pyongyang the May Day Stadium has been renovated and new buildings have gone up…

  • My Daughter Is Walking

    I had my daughter at the Pyongyang Maternity Hospital that the Korean women call “parents’ home“. Seeing her in sweet sleep in my arms I was in rapture, thinking whether I…

  • Strongly Supported by Science and Technology

    One of these days I went to the Tree Nursery No. 122 of the Korean People’s Army, which is leading the production of saplings in the country on the basis of scientific, industrial and intensive treatment of the growing of saplings.

  • Park Regime Has No Future

    History knows that tyrants who turned their backs on the people and lorded it over them were all short-lived. The same is the case with Park Geun Hye, present south Korean ruler.

  • The US–south Korea joint military exercises and the Situation on the Korean Peninsula

    At present, the frenzied and large-scale nuclear war exercise aiming for the invasion of the North, led by the world No.1 nuclear power, is being conducted on the Korean peninsula…

  • Mangyongdae Schoolchildren’s Palace

    The Mangyongdae Schoolchildren’s Palace was opened on May 2, 1989 and it is located in Mangyongdae District, Pyongyang. It was visited by Kim Jong Un in May, 2014. He put forth…

  • Sci-Tech Complex in Pyongyang

    Explore the Sci-Tech Complex in Pyongyang; photos, video and 360 panoramas included.

  • Conclusion of a Peace Agreement is the Most Pressing Issue to Be Settled Down

    By Mr. RI YONG PHIL, Deputy Director, Institute For American Studies As well known, Northeast Asia is a very sensitive region in geo-political terms in which there exists fierce competition between…

  • Murderers Country

    Who should establish an international war criminal court and who should be the accused…?

  • “Motherland Is More Precious Than Life”

    Ri Kyong Bang, a war veteran living in Ryonghung-dong No. 2 of Taesong District, Pyongyang City, the capital of the Democratic People´s Republic of Korea, treasures an old photo album. In…

  • Song: Green Pine on Nam Hill

    This is a song composed by Kim Hyong Jik (1894-1926), an outstanding leader of the anti-Japanese national liberation movement in Korea. The song embodies the indomitable revolutionary spirit, ardent anti-Japanese…

  • Sanctions Against the DPRK and Why?

    Not so long ago, the UN Security Council forced by big powers, including the United States, and their followers, adopted a “sanctions resolution” with regard to the H-bomb test and satellite launch by the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.

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