Japan went all out to obliterate the Korean language, an unspeakable and brutal act against the whole Korean nation.
Sportsperson Kim Il was the first two-time Olympic gold medalist of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.
Historical accounts of the use of the bigo, or “flying cart” by Koreans in historic battles go back as far as the 1590s.
The River Potong is flowing, carrying the pleasure and happiness of the people.
Ri Ho Jun made an Olympic world record at the 20th Olympic Games in 1972.
The story of Kye Sun Hui, the famed DPRK judoka who startled the judo world at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta.
Education for the blind has existed in Korea since 1445, and since its foundation the DPRK has enforced free public education for the blind.
The Ulsa Five-Point Treaty was forcibly signed on November 17, 1905 and annexed Korea, ushering in decades of colonial slavery and slaughter.
October 28 marks the 55th anniversary of the first meeting between the top leaders of the liberated Korean and Laotian peoples.
Mural tomb from the Koguryo Kingdom unearthed in the Undok area of Ryonggang County near Nampo city.
General during the Feudal Joson Dynasty credibly defended the country from foreign invaders during the Imjin Patriotic War in the 1590s.
October 8th marks 125 years since the Japanese crime of storming the royal palace and assassinating Empress Myeongseong.
Unpardonable are the past crimes of the Japanese imperialists who ran amok to make Korea their perpetual colony.
Comrade Kim Jong Suk made an immortal contribution to the liberation of the country and the emancipation of Korean women.
Pohyon Temple is one of the most famous historic relics in the DPRK and has been wonderfully preserved by the state as a precious legacy.
The very name of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea is also associated with the noble outlook of President Kim Il Sung on the people.
September 9th marks 72 years since the founding of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.
The DPRK weathered modern revisionism and the crisis of the 1990s to become an even greater beacon of friendship and internationalism.
Anti-Korean violence and discrimination, long held practice of the Japanese reactionary rulers, remains unchanged in the 21st century.
Kimilsungia and Kimjongilia continue to beautifully bloom along with the admiration and support of progressive mankind.
Tombs of the Koguryo period unearthed in South Hwanghae Province.
Advanced 14th century Korean technology used in the Imjin Patriotic War against Japanese invaders.
September 1 marked the Kanto Massacre’s 97th anniversary, a brutal organized extermination campaign against Koreans in Japan.
Carried forward from the 20th to the 21st century, the DPRK-Cuba friendship will only be strengthened generation after generation.