Pyongyang used digital projection mapping technology that allows several projectors to cast gigantic, seamless videos across extremely large surfaces like a building. 이를 위해 평양에서는 여러개의 프로젝터를 이용해 건물의 외벽처럼 커다란 스크린에서도 이음새없이 거대한 영상을 상영할 수 있는 디지털영상 매핑기술을 사용하였다.
I received this press release from the Embassy of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea in the Republic of Singapore. Download the original press release PDF here. Or read the press release below: Page 1 of Press Release Recently, the United States is letting loose an unheard-of vociferation about “cyber threat” from the DPRK.We know […]
The COVID-19 virus has reached every continent on the planet, except Antarctica. Singapore, my home country, once acclaimed as the “gold standard” for COVID-19 response has been humbled to a cautionary tale in recent months. I have been in lockdown at home since April 2020 and time passes really slowly. 남극대륙을 제외한 전세계가 코로나19 바이러스로 감염되었습니다. […]
I received this press release from the Embassy of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea in the Republic of Singapore. Download the press release here. Or read the press release below Press Release: Kim Yo Jong, First Vice Department Director of WPK Central Committee, Issues Statement We received a personal letter sent to Chairman of […]
It’s the Lunar New Year holiday season and I’ve spent the past few days enjoying the company of my friends and extended family. As the holiday season draws to a close, I decided to start working on my DPRK360.com website again. I wasn’t satisfied with my old hosting provider as there were plenty of technical […]
An article published in 2014 by NK News made this claim: “In fact, Pan, who runs a business creating 360° virtual tours for hotels and property developers, first proposed his services to the North Korean authorities via foreign intermediaries outside the country.”
On February 3rd, 2016, I was slapped with a “Copyright Infringement” notice claiming that I had infringed on a song ‘Prologue’ by SM Entertainment, South Korea’s largest K-pop media group that owns some of the biggest names in K-pop (e.g. Girls Generation, EXO and Super Junior). Their claim was that the ‘Clarion Conspiracy’ audio track that I used was copyrighted to them.