Hotel nestled at the bank of the Taedong known for its picturesque view of Pyongyang.
Seaside hotel on the East Sea of Korea offers guests a look at rural family life in North Hamgyong Province.
Scenic spot on the East Sea of Korea is known for its beautiful and peculiar rock formations.
Grounds on Mt. Ryongak is known for its many scenic spots and trekking routes.
Weekly kindergarten originally opened in 1982 is a modern base for preschool education.
Sprawling Buddhist temple grounds in Kangwon Province were originally built in 1386 but completely destroyed by U.S. bombing in 1951.
Pavilion built in 427 served as the main gate to the fort on Mount Taesong in Pyongyang.
Museum showcases the scientific, cultural, and ideological achievements of the Korean people since its liberation.
Temple built in the mid-9th century was one of the most significant bases for the propagation of Buddhism into Korea.
25-storey hotel originally opened in 1984 is just a short walk from Pyongyang Railway Station.
Alma mater of President Kim Il Sung is today a modern educational base in Pyongyang.
Hotel stands in the scenic forests of Moran Hill in Pyongyang.
Site served as a wartime headquarters where the President lived and worked from 1951 to 1953.
Report from the Phyongsong Artificial Leather Factory and the Haeju Bag Factory
Famous Korean restaurant built on the bank of the Potong River in 1982.
Free weekly nursery for working families was originally built in 1948 in Moranbong District, Pyongyang.
Hotel opened in 1973 stands on the banks of the Potong River in Pyongyang, DPRK.
Scenic pavilion once served as a command post for the walls of Pyongyang.
Hotel along the Taedong river in Pyongyang has rooms for over 2,000 guests.
Mausoleum holds the remains of the founding king of the earliest state in Korea.
Temple originally built in 392 by one of the first Buddhist monks to spread Buddhism to the Korean peninsula.
Comprehensive sports and exercise center is located in Rangnang District of Pyongyang.
Hotel at the crossroads of Kwangbok and Chongchun Streets in Pyongyang was opened in 1989.
Square in central Pyongyang used for major events and holidays in the DPRK.
6th century gate once served as northern gate to the inner walls of Pyongyang.