State media review: North Korea provides a front-row seat to anti-Yoon protests
An in-depth analysis of propaganda on ROK demonstrations, tourism promotion, agricultural drought and more
North Korea’s most important propaganda mouthpiece continued to prominently report on public protests in South Korea against President Yoon Suk-yeol this week, as state media seeks to paint the ROK leader as a leader who has lost the people’s support.
The Rodong Sinmun stated that civic groups and one of the South’s largest labor unions, which the ROK government is investigating over allegations members spied for Pyongyang, demanded Yoon’s resignation, publishing photos of recent mass demonstrations in Seoul.
A North Korean propaganda organization also promoted tourism to Pyongyang this week, a
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