In the DPRK the rights to freedom of religion and freedom of thought are guaranteed by the state as basic human rights for the people.
In 2019 the Korean people broke through any all harsh challenges and trials imposed on them by hostile forces to continue their invariable path of self-reliance and self–development.
In 2019 the DPRK defended national sovereignty, extended international socialist solidarity, and took part in several historic meetings and summits.
A thorough review of Chairman Kim Jong Un’s revolutionary activities across the nation in Juche 107 (2018).
People’s Korea today is blessed with an unbreakable single-minded unity, their key to self-development and self-reliance, which is more powerful than any nuclear weapons or pressures by the hostile forces working to strangle the Korean people.
In the DPRK where children are the treated as the Kings and Queens of the country, the state is dedicating vast resources to their comfort and happy upbringing under the socialist system.
Book details history of the hostile U.S. policies towards the DPRK from 1945 to 2013, and Korea’s hard fought struggle for their rights to independence and self-development.
Specialization of classrooms at Moranbong Middle School No. 2 creates better results for students.
Kwangbok Primary School affiliated with Pyongyang University of Education worked out electronic teaching plans and lessons for 31 subjects for five-year courses. “We designed the electronic teaching plans centring on improving the […]
A documentary of the history of the revolutionary Songun policy which has protected the gains of the Korean revolution for over seven decades.