Information related to North Korean history
Coverage of Sinchon Museum showcasing alleged American atrocities continues without explicit U.S. mention
From 1959 to 1984, thousands of Koreans in Japan were promised a better life in the DPRK, only to be met with suffering
Stories based (very) loosely on the real-life repatriations of prisoners from South to North became popular in the 2000s
"It felt like the world was coming to an end"
Lim Su-kyung's 1989 Pyongyang visit shows how close, and yet how far apart, the two Koreas were and remain to this day
Swiss Major General Patrick Gauchat discusses neutral actors on the peninsula and their importance going forward
"No North Korean is looking forward to the New Year’s speech"
Pyongyang showed little gratitude for Soviet assistance, yet Moscow couldn't afford to abandon the relationship
Despite official claims, early DPRK history was not marked by radical change to the status quo
American who crossed into the DPRK illegally four years ago tells his story for the first time
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