Colin Zwirko is a Senior Analytic Correspondent for NK News based in Seoul. He joined the company in 2018 after receiving a master's degree in international security and foreign policy from South Korea's Yonsei University. Follow him on Twitter.
Anti-South propaganda campaign in full gear as DPRK state media seeks to amplify hatred for ‘puppet traitor’ president
An in-depth analysis of workers’ holiday celebrations, new animation episodes and mid-tier housing project coverage
State media reports release of first anti-US and ROK propaganda posters in 5 years as Pyongyang denounces allies’ summit
120-acre facility in Pyongyang likely to become new manufacturing base for trains, trams and subway cars
Kim Jong Un ordered mass production of vehicles years ago, but new EVs are likely to be rebranded Chinese imports
New signage OK’d for Pyongyang General, but facility remains unopened years after construction deadline
Satellite imagery shows annual repairs on two of North Korean leader’s vessels after remodeling of Wonsan shipyard
Handover of imported vehicles comes 5 years after mass-production order and hints at strong sanctions-busting networks
‘Successful’ test should cause enemies to ‘suffer from fear and anxiety,’ Kim Jong Un says
Authorities warn Hokkaido residents to seek shelter, stating missile expected to fall near island, but later lift notice
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