Japan's Nuclear-Contaminated Water Imperils Humankind
Jong Won Ju, researcher of the DPRK Institute for International Studies, authored the following article "A dangerous criminal state degrades environment and endangers humankind":
The Japanese government's recent decision to discharge nuclear-contaminated water from the Fukushima Atomic Power Plant to the sea has sparked increasing protest from the international community.
“One who is not empathic and responsive to the reality cannot create a masterpiece that pulsates with the breath of the times.”
[Anecdotes] :: “Special Lecture” on Liquor
On February 23, 2002
Displayed at one side of the packaging room were bottles of potato liquor. The alcohol contents were 25%, 30%, 40%, etc, but the bottles looked alike. So did the trademarks.
DPRK Socialist Constitution
Policies for Korea’s Reunification
[Overseas Korean Nationals] :: Overseas Korean Nationals
The Korean nationals in Japan and other countries comprise those Koreans who were forcibly taken to Japan as labour draftees, conscripts, etc. or who drifted abroad in search of livelihood in the years of the Japanese imperialist military rule and their descendants.
As a stateless people, they were long subjected to national discrimination, deprivation of rights and destitution in alien lands.
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Grand Monument on Mansu Hill
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