The history of North Korea since Kim Il Sung
Portrayals of the elderly have changed over the decades, and according to the political needs of the leadership
The DPRK attempted to rectify its rudimentary ASW capabilities by dealing with Havana in the early 2000s
25 years ago, North Korea set a new world record for the largest pro wrestling attendance ever that still stands today
While Pyongyang's reporting may seem bizarre to many outsiders, there are some who will read and occasionally echo it
In the Kim Jong Il era, scientists were portrayed as devoted to their work and leader - even at the expense of family
Much remains unknown about this bizarre tale of Cold War intrigue, misguided radicalism, and North Korean opportunism
Kim Il Sung deployed art troupes as a way to spread his version of socialism and deepen diplomatic ties
The North Korean leader has not promoted anyone to the rank since Ri Myong Su in 2016
Following the collapse of the public distribution system, North Koreans began to sell their labor in order to survive
Lawyer was known for winning disputes in DPRK, despite its opaque legal system
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