Swinging has been a national folk game of the Korean nation for hundreds upon hundreds of years.
The Taesong Tailor Shop is at the forefront for making new stylish clothes fitting both the seasons and the people’s aesthetics.
Haegum, a beautiful traditional instrument, has been played in Korea for well over 2,000 years.
Legend about patriotic young woman shows the fighting spirit of the Korean people against foreign imperialist aggressors.
The working class of Korea have become the genuine creators and enjoyers of vibrant art and literature.
Anguk Temple in South Phyongan Province is the only two-storied temple of the Koguryo period still remaining in Korea.
Beautiful attire loved by the working people further brightens the streets of the DPRK.
DPRK acrobats are earning international recognition as some of the very best in the whole world.
The South Phyongan Provincial Taekwon-Do Club is directing efforts to rigorous training and the imparting of Taekwon-Do fundamentals.
Inaugurated in 2018, the restaurant at a picturesque spot beside the Taedong river is supplying fresh delicious fish to citizens.
Modern spot for golf enthusiasts in the DPRK has capacity for upwards of 200 guests at a time.
The Pyongyang Golf Course has been a favorite spot of golf enthusiasts in the DPRK for over 30 years.
Hong Jong Guk is a merited artist of the DPRK continuing traditional Korean folk dances.
June 25th, 2020, marks 70 years since the beginning of the Fatherland Liberation War.
Five years ago, aviation clubs were established in every province of the DPRK.
Industrial establishments with many women workers have nurseries in the DPRK.
Students of Kwangbogui Chollikil Junior Middle School are planting thousands of trees, a genuine and significant patriotic act.
Stone carving exhibits the excellent artistic skills of Koreans during the Koryo dynasty.
The Janggo has been played in Korea for well over a millennium and is being carried forward in the DPRK.
Ryuksung Pavilion has been a noteworthy scenic place in what is now North Phyongan Province for nearly 300 years.
Choe Buk is one of Korea’s most famous 18th century painters.
The Anguk Temple is an excellent example of Korean architecture and advanced scientific knowledge during the Three Kingdoms period.