North Korea’s Juche Toy Industry – Part 2

April 4th, 2011
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NKNews.org’s favourite Russian blogger in Pyongyang recently did a feature on North Korean ‘Juche’ lego.  Continuing the theme of ‘Juche’ toys, “Show and Tell Pyongyang” has just highlighted a number of other popular North Korean toys – this time, the main theme is military.  Translated from Russian by NK News.

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Chad O'Carroll

Chad O'Carroll founded NK News in 2010. He is based in Washington, D.C.

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  • sheejun

    combining the motherland?! that’s supposed to mean homeland unification.

  • http://www.nknews.org admin

    Thanks for your correction Sheejun!

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  • Brad Greenwood

    Wow! The quality of manufacture is abysmal. I guess to a poor NorK child, it would still feed his imagination.

  • Berrrty

    where can I find the Part I article?