State media review: DPRK accuses Yoon of ‘scheming’ over 2019 defector incident
An in-depth analysis of criticism of the Yoon administration, Kim Il Sung’s birthday celebrations, heavy rains and more
This week, North Korean propaganda websites slammed South Korea’s Yoon Suk-yeol administration for its investigations into two DPRK-related cases under the previous government, accusing Yoon of using political tactics to stir up controversies.
Domestic state media reported on a special workshop held last week. It released group photos of Kim Jong Un and attendees, none of whom were wearing masks — an indication of the country’s confidence in stabilizing the pandemic crisis.
State media has continued to claim the COVID-19 outbreak in the country originated from “alien objects” near the inter-Korean border, with the
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