Swinging has been a national folk game of the Korean nation for hundreds upon hundreds of years.
Won Hong Gu was a devoted scientist who loved his motherland more than anything.
Kim Chol Hwan started studying sports at 13 and went on to become one of the DPRK’s greatest athletes.
As half of the revolution itself, the Korean women have taken on the role of master and are cherished by society.
Sportsperson Pak Yong Sun rose from a rural DPRK mountain village to leave indelible feats in the sports world in the late 20th century.
One of the keys to Korea’s stunning victory in the fatherland liberation war were its unique tactics and fighting style fitting its conditions.
Even at the height of the war, the President in his foresight was making plans to build an even greater more prosperous Korea on the ruins of war.
The Korean people are still today remembering with deep emotion the brilliant feats of the defenders of the 1950s.
Veteran Kang Yun Jae feels a deep sense of obligation to instill the revolutionary spirit of the forebearers into the new generations.
Haegum, a beautiful traditional instrument, has been played in Korea for well over 2,000 years.
Countless Korean women are among those who performed feats for the defence of their homeland in the war.
Kye Ung Sang was a renowned scientist who committed himself to developing the DPRK’s sericulture and training many biologists.
Paek Son Haeng, a woman peasant, used her newfound wealth to help the people and donated huge sums of assets.
Revolutionary fighter Kim Hyong Jik was at the forefront of the anti-Japanese movement awakening the masses.
Anguk Temple in South Phyongan Province is the only two-storied temple of the Koguryo period still remaining in Korea.
Fort has significant importance in the studying of castle systems in the Koguryo Dynasty.
Famous Koguryo general known for several key victories and preserving national power.
President Kim Il Sung regarded his soldiers as true comrades-in-arms, a warm comrade among biting cold and fierce battles.
President Kim Il Sung dedicated his entire life to devotedly serving the people and brilliantly led the Korean revolution to victory.
Withdrawal of U.S. Hostile Policy towards DPRK – Indispensable Prerequisite for Peace and Stability on Korean Peninsula
Paper released by the Institute for Disarmament and Peace exposes the predatory nature of the United States towards Korea.
The close ties between the DPRK and Mozambique founded upon peace and friendship will only continue to strengthen.
Since 1946, workers in the DPRK are afforded the rights to relaxation, paid leave, social insurance, a fair wage, and protections from sex and age discrimination.
Flowers and bouquets laid before various memorials and monuments to the martyrs of the Fatherland Liberation War.
During the bitter struggle to defend the nation, all the Korean people in the north came out as one to fight for their villages, towns, and cities.