July 09, 2020

Pyongyang’s War Museum Gets a Facelift
Infamous U.S. Spy Ship turns up after long and mysterious period of absence

North Korea's "Victorious Fatherland War Museum", famous for housing hundreds of relics from the 1950-53 Korean War that almost destroyed the entire peninsula, is part of the standard package of state-approved destinations when visiting the state as a tourist.

New conscripts to the Korean People's Army (KPA) are also taken there shortly after they begin their national service, making it a key ideological tool in the war on history. The state is therefore keen to make sure the museum is up to date, and massive work has reportedly started on vastly expanding the museum in its busy central Pyongyang location.