Women in the DPRK have enjoyed equal status with men since 1946.
Women’s economic and social rights are thoroughly ensured in the DPRK where housing, food, childcare, and other rights are universal.
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.
Countless Korean women are among those who performed feats for the defence of their homeland in the war.
Legend about patriotic young woman shows the fighting spirit of the Korean people against foreign imperialist aggressors.
In the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea November 16 is the Mother’s Day. Korean women are enjoying the Mother’s Day amid the blessings of their children who have been brought up wonderfully […]