Information related to military issues in North and South Korea
Agency in charge of recovering POW remains still "open" to sitting down with DPRK in 2020
Tour of August 25 Fishery Station sees DPRK leader criticize defense ministry, KPA for delays in construction work
Unclear if DPRK leader flew on aircraft or whether it landed at Wonsan's Kalma airport
DPRK leader hails "brave" sharpshooters of the Korean People's Army, urges them to become an "invincible" force
Move intended to facilitate diplomacy with North Korea, U.S. Secretary of Defense says, denies it's a "concession"
"Combat Flight Contest-2019" comes amid growing DPRK complaints over upcoming ROK-U.S. air drills
Planned exercises could be adjusted to support diplomacy with North Korea, U.S. defense chief suggests
Kim Yong Chol says he wants to believe U.S. defense chief Esper will follow through and cancel military drills with ROK
State Affairs Commission spokesman warns that "countermeasures" to joint exercises could soon be taken
Pro-Pyongyang outlet urges Washington to make a "wise choice," says new systems can strike U.S. bases in South
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