Colin Zwirko is an NK News correspondent based in Seoul.
Larger bridge near large Chinese city of Yanbian could see trade traffic rise
Satellite imagery and state media reveal regular visits to American atrocity-focused museums continue
Factories, other major projects underwent redevelopment following leader's visits last year
PRC-based expo promoter claimed companies from several cities succeeded in making local contacts
Tumen-Namyang bridge began with inter-government agreement in 2015
Following prominent Daesong opening, activity also resumes at East Pyongyang Mall
Satellite imagery reveals scope of one of North Korea’s most-promoted new projects
From new to nearly complete, DPRK capital’s construction boom continues
New construction also underway at Kim Jong Un National Defense University
Additions include new large buildings and upgrades to ruling party headquarters
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