The week in North Korean state media: A review of Jan. 14 to Jan. 20
An analytical look at Donald Trump’s gifts to Kim Jong Un, a fertilizer campaign, propaganda on ‘model’ wives and more
Every week, NK Pro conducts an in-depth analytic review of state media from North Korea.
The following review, covering the period of Jan. 14 to 20, 2022, features detailed analysis on the most noteworthy coverage from North Korea’s Rodong Sinmun, Korean Central News Agency, Korean Central Television and other state outlets.
This week’s review includes:Donald Trump’s gifts to Kim Jong Un at the Singapore Summit A mass campaign to produce fertilizer Free school supplies to celebrate Kim Jong Il’s upcoming birthday The love story of a “patriotic” wife who married a wounded
- 01State media review: North Korea says Kim Jong Un suffered during 1990s famine
- 02Exclusive images provide first look at North Korea’s newest skyscraper street
- 03Seoul will need more than impressive weapons to deter North Korean threats
- 04Chinese imports appear to fill North Korean quarantine zone after trade restart
- 05North Korea’s longest missile test to date points to new reentry vehicle
- 06Timeline: From new North Korean nuclear law to three rounds of missile tests
- 07How North Korea’s missile test over Japan could justify a seventh nuclear test
- 08North Korea could hold weapons expo this month, imagery suggests