No country can separate prosperity and development from education, and in the DPRK education is being prioritized as a top state affair.
The DPRK is making incredible progress in establishing a nationwide information network so that even the most far-flung rural units can gain a firmer technical and scientific footing.
With the arrival of Spring to People’s Korea, expect to see many bright lovely traditional dresses soon.
A wonderful feature of the socialist public health system of the DPRK is the convenience of free medical services for working people.
A look at recent efforts of the Ryugyong Kimchi Factory which is credibly continuing development of the most well known national food of the Korean people.
A stunning look at Tree Nursery No. 122 in the DPRK, operated by the patriotic service personnel of the Korean People’s Army.
Chon Yong Il, a famous industrial design artist, works at the Korean Industrial Art Studio in the DPRK.
Peculiar rock formation located in North Pyongan Province, DPRK.
A look inside the Ryonghung Pharmaceutical Factory in Pyongyang.
Insam (or Ginseng) used in teas, dishes, and traditional medicines is closely associated with Kaesong City in the DPRK.
Historic relic shows the advanced astrological observation methods of the Korean ancestors during the Koryo dynasty.
Each season brings distinctly beautiful natural sights in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.
Located in the area of Mt Myohyang, the over 80,000 engraved wooden blocked were printed between 1236 and 1251.
Temple in North Hwanghae Province shows the marvelous architectural talents of Korean ancestors.
Respecting and cherishing women is a noble trait of Korean society in the north where there position and role has been remarkably raised.
Pavilion in Huichon City shows the talented architectural style of Korean ancestors.
Artificial Intelligence is being actively developed in the DPRK where it is applied to educational settings, adding to children’s enthusiasm for learning.
Environmental protection was advanced as an important issue and major strategic task by the 8th Party Congress of the WPK.
An update on efforts at the Pyongyang Floricultural Institute.
Teachers of the Sochang Kindergarten in Pyongyang are credibly developing and introducing new modern teaching methods.
The Korea-Japan Protocol was forced upon Korea by Imperial Japan on February 23, 1904.
Recycling was advanced as a major task in the new 5-year plan, putting spurs to the introduction of recycling across the DPRK.
A look inside the Wonsan Fish Farm in Kangwon Province, DPRK.
Developing localized industry is an major undertaking in the DPRK where quickly raising living standards is an urgent task of the 5-year plan.