Notable parts of Pyongyang city and its history exhibited in new documentary.
The DPRK’s sports history is filled with world-startling triumphs, adding glory to the nation in international sports.
Documentary shows far-reaching extent of U.S. genocidal acts on the peninsula, reducing all of Korea’s cities in the north to rubble before being forced to a stalemate by the Korean people.
A documentary of the history of the revolutionary Songun policy which has protected the gains of the Korean revolution for over seven decades.
Japan committed inhuman acts upon Korea, immeasurable cruelty and pain for which they have never made a proper apology let alone necessary significant reparations.
One of the very best documentaries refuting DPRK myths and exposing the National Intelligence Service of south Korea for the despicable criminal kidnappers they are.
A people-first party carrying out people-first politics.
Documentary piece on several out of tens of thousands of significant gifts held at the International Friendship Exhibition on Mt. Myohyang.
Short piece on U.S. atrocities committed at Sinchon where over 30,000 Koreans were brutally abused, tortured, and killed during the war against the Korean working class.
Short documentary with English text on the construction of Ryomyong Street in the face of the sanctions placed on the DPRK, the strongest enforced in human history.
A documentary which follows an American ‘People To People’ delegation visiting the DPRK in 1994.
Completed in Juche 75 (1986), the West Sea Barrage is a monumental success in the history of the Workers’ Party of Korea
Documentary on the sorrowful demise of General Secretary Kim Jong Il and the resolve of the Korean people following the tragic event.
Short documentary on the Monument to Party Founding in Pyongyang, a grand monument to the Workers’ Party of Korea.
A short documentary on the Tower of the Juche Idea located in Pyongyang, a perfect monument to the workers, peasants, intellectuals, and professionals of Socialist Korea.
Short piece giving context and insight into the division of the Korean peninsula and the US ploy of a ‘communist invasion’ to further its hegemonic goals
Thorough documentary on human rights in the DPRK, guaranteed to all the people by the Korean-style socialist system.
Short documentary on “UN” forces in Korea, a guise for US military occupation.
1992 documentary on the Socialist system in action in the DPRK, thoroughly showing off the many daily benefits and services DPRK citizens enjoy.