Information related to shipping in and around the DPRK
NK Pro timeline charts the key events from Nov. 1 - Nov. 30
The DPRK reports its coronavirus numbers to the World Health Organization on a semi-regular basis
North Korea’s fleets idle in mid-to-late November, all while Chinese ships swarm the Yellow Sea for fishing
North Korea is facing serious economic hardship, and groups claim that South Korean and U.S. rules are the real problem
A photo obtained by NK Pro suggests that North Korea was preparing for the "Day of Air Men" on Nov. 29
Ships on the east coast might be moving goods around the country because summer typhoons destroyed key roads and bridges
Sources say that imported food items are scarce in major Pyongyang stores, but rural areas are probably less impacted
Nearly 300 days have passed since North Korea closed its borders to shield itself from the “catastrophic” COVID-19 virus
Construction on the Gyeongwon line is aimed at ultimately reconnecting railway up to Wonsan in North Korea
An analytical look at the main developments from Oct. 1, 2020 to Oct. 31, 2020
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