The week in North Korean state media: A review of Jan. 20 to Jan. 27
An analysis of anti-US propaganda and state media's emphasis on farming and technological self-sufficiency
Every week, NK Pro conducts an in-depth review of state media from North Korea.
The following review, covering the period of Jan. 20 to 27, 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:Sparse anti-U.S. propaganda in domestic-facing media Continued emphasis on agriculture A new movie about an industrious wife who outshines her lazy husband
North Korea’s state-run Korean Central Television (KCTV), Rodong Sinmun, Minju Joson
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- 02North Korea’s fertilizer imports remain unusually low ahead of planting seasons
- 03State media review: North Korea’s propaganda war against COVID-19
- 04Four major trends revealed by North Korea’s COVID-19 case numbers
- 05Streets empty but construction, farming active in COVID-hit North Korea: Imagery
- 06What North Korea will and will not do to fight the COVID-19 outbreak
- 07State media review: Pandemic and drought conspire in North Korea
- 08New leader means new uncertainties and nuclear dangers on Korean Peninsula