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“Patriotism should be expressed by behavior not by words.” This is what Jang Kum Sik, a Merited Miner of the Musan Mining Complex, says all the time.

Korea Today | Views: 116 | Added by: redstartvkp | Date: 23/08/28

Among the working people who work obediently for the prosperity of the country is Pak Kwang Song, head of the Second Company of Pit No. 6 of the Jenam Coal Mine.

Korea Today | Views: 99 | Added by: redstartvkp | Date: 23/08/28

To the question of the now fashionable theme of fortification.

Korea Today | Views: 291 | Author: Vladimir Khrustalev | Added by: redstartvkp | Date: 23/07/24

Comrade Kim Yo Jong is a vibrant and influential personality who plays an important role in the political landscape of the DPRK.

Korea Today | Views: 763 | Added by: redstartvkp | Date: 23/07/24

The lyric poem "I Am a Son of a Worker" is one of the poems the Korean people like to recite.

I like this poem very much, which impressively sang of the ideological sentiments that ours is the society of workers through the inner world of son of a worker.

Korea Today | Views: 452 | Added by: redstartvkp | Date: 22/07/23

Industrial establishments in the DPRK are making collective innovation through the 80-day campaign to greet the 8th Congress of the Workers' Party of Korea with signal achievements.

Korea Today | Views: 474 | Added by: redstartvkp | Date: 20/12/28

70 years have elapsed since the bursts of gunfire of war were heard on this land.

The Korean War forced by the United States inflicted painful scars and tremendous human and material losses upon the Korean people. Continuing into this moment is the suffering of national division whereby kinsfolk of the same blood are compelled to live apart.

As the Korean nation still suffers from the heartrending wounds of war, it is stronger than any other nation in respect of its cherished desire to live on a peaceful land without war, and has long persevered in its efforts to realize the desire, but in vain.

Its underlying cause is the sinister design, that is, the U.S. hostile policy towards the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.

Korea Today | Views: 477 | Author: Institute for Disarmament and Peace | Added by: redstartvkp | Date: 20/06/26

70 years have elapsed since the bursts of gunfire of war were heard on this land.

The Korean War forced by the United States inflicted painful scars and tremendous human and material losses upon the Korean people. Continuing into this moment is the suffering of national division whereby kinsfolk of the same blood are compelled to live apart.

As the Korean nation still suffers from the heartrending wounds of war, it is stronger than any other nation in respect of its cherished desire to live on a peaceful land without war, and has long persevered in its efforts to realize the desire, but in vain.

Its underlying cause is the sinister design, that is, the U.S. hostile policy towards the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.

Korea Today | Views: 416 | Author: Institute for Disarmament and Peace | Added by: redstartvkp | Date: 20/06/26

70 years have elapsed since the bursts of gunfire of war were heard on this land.

The Korean War forced by the United States inflicted painful scars and tremendous human and material losses upon the Korean people. Continuing into this moment is the suffering of national division whereby kinsfolk of the same blood are compelled to live apart.

As the Korean nation still suffers from the heartrending wounds of war, it is stronger than any other nation in respect of its cherished desire to live on a peaceful land without war, and has long persevered in its efforts to realize the desire, but in vain.

Its underlying cause is the sinister design, that is, the U.S. hostile policy towards the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.

Korea Today | Views: 402 | Author: Institute for Disarmament and Peace | Added by: redstartvkp | Date: 20/06/26

One day in June Juche 101 (2012) celebrations of the 66th founding anniversary of the Korean Children's Union were grandly held in Pyongyang, the capital of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, in the presence of the respected Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un.

Korea Today | Views: 490 | Added by: redstartvkp | Date: 19/06/06