Pyongyang used digital projection mapping technology that allows several projectors to cast gigantic, seamless videos across extremely large surfaces like a building.
You have probably already seen all the official state published photos from North Korea regarding the 10th October military parade. If you crave for more images, I have a specially curated collection of unofficial photos published online for the first time ever.
북조선에서 공식배포한 10월 10일 열병식 사진을 모두 보셨습니다. 더 많은 사진을 보기 원하시는 분들을 위해, 온라인 최초로 비공식 사진들을 공개하는 특별전시를 합니다.
I have received a collection of high resolution images from the 75th Workers’ Party Founding Day parade. These official state released photos were sent direct from Pyongyang and will be made available for viewing here.
Without doubt, the most lavish parade that’s held in Pyongyang would often be during the Founding Day of the Korean Worker’s Party every 10th of October. These extra grand parades are held every 5 years interval, so this year (2020) being the 75th year would mean this parade will hold great significance. The next big one will be in 2025 for their 80th year anniversary.
평양에서 거행되는 가장 호화로운 행진은, 의심의 여지없이 10월 10일에 개최되는 조선로동당 창건일 행진일 것이다. 이 웅장하고 거대한 행진은 매 5년마다 열리는데, 올해로서2020년) 75주년을 맞는 매우 큰 의미를 갖는 행사이다. 다음 행사는 2025년에 열리는 80주년 행사이다.
Nothing in North Korea is more iconic than the images of their leaders. The smiling faces of Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il can be found in homes, schools, offices, factories and public spaces. They are a constant reminder for the local population that they owe everything to their beloved leaders.
The Pyongyang Science and Technology Center, with its iconic atom-shaped building stands as the symbol of North Korea’s pursuit of scientific advancement.
I came across this little educational poster in a North Korean school. It seems they used BC and AD to mark historical timelines instead of using BCE and CE.
Anti-US war posters have long been the staple of North Korean culture and was ubiquitous across the country until 2018 when they were completely removed
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Through my travels around North Korea, I’ve observed several different types of vehicle license plates. The Korean prefix before the numbers all represent the province which the vehicle comes from. Naturally, the prefix you’ll see the most often is “평양” because it stands for Pyongyang and that’s the area with the largest automobile numbers. The license plates are differentiated by color with each color representing a different category.
제가 북한을 두루 여행하는 동안 관찰한 여러종류의 차량번호판에 대해 이야기해보겠습니다. 숫자 앞에 있는 조선어는 그 차량이 등록된 지역을 말합니다. 번호판에 ‘평양’이라는 글자를 가장 많이 볼수 있는데요, 그 이유는 평양이 가장 많은 차량이 등록된 곳이기 때문에 그렇습니다. 차량 번호판은 색상으로도 구분할수 있고, 각각의 색상으로 차량의 범주를 알수 있습니다.