North Korea Unveils Submarine-launched Ballistic Missile 북조선, 잠수함발사 탄도미사일(수중전략탄도탄) 공개

A military parade was held at the Kim Il Sung Square on the evening of January 14th, 2021 to commemorate the 8th Congress of the Workers’ Party of Korea. During the parade, Pyongyang unveiled it’s latest weapon, a submarine-launched ballistic missile. 2021년 1월 14일 저녁, 조선로동당 제8차대회 기념 열병식이 김일성광장에서 열렸다. 이 열병식에서 평양은 최신 무기인 잠수함발사 탄도미사일(수중전략탄도탄)을 공개했다.

2nd Press Release: Eighth Congress of Workers’ Party of Korea 보도 자료: 조선로동당 제8차대회

Kim Jong Un has been unanimously elected as the “General Secretary” of the Workers’ Party, a post which was previously held by his late father and grandfather. Read all about the proceedings from the official North Korean perspective.

Press Release: Eighth Congress of Workers’ Party of Korea 보도 자료: 조선로동당 제8차대회

보도 자료: 조선로동당 제8차대회. 문서는 한국어 및 영어로 제공됩니다. North Korea just discussed their plans for the next few years. What does Kim Jong Un feel about the USA, South Korea and the neighboring countries? What are they going to do? What are we to expect in the next 5 years? Read all about it from the official press release by the Embassy of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea in the Republic of Singapore regarding the Eighth Congress of Workers’ Party of Korea.

DPRK’s National Emblem Explained by North Korea 북조선으로부터 듣는 조선민주주의 인민공화국 국장(國章)의 해설

The national emblem of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea bears the design of a grand hydroelectric power station under Mt Paektu and the beaming light of a five-pointed red star, with ears of rice forming an oval frame, bound with a red ribbon bearing the inscription The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. The emblem, instituted with the founding of the DPRK in September Juche 37 (1948), gives a graphic image of the country. The national emblem of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea bears the design of a grand hydroelectric power station under Mt Paektu and the beaming light of a five-pointed red star, with ears of rice forming an oval frame, bound with a red ribbon bearing the inscription The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. The emblem, instituted with the founding of the DPRK in September Juche 37 (1948), gives a graphic image of the country.