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North Korea covers a total area of about 47,000 square miles, making it the 99th largest country in the world. North Korea is located in Asia, bordering the countries of China, Sou...

North Korea
Capital: Pyongyang
Population: 24,895,000
Conventional Name: Democratic People's Republic of Korea
Chief of State: Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Un
Head of State: Premier Pak Pong-Ju
National Anthem: Aegukka (Patriotic Song)
Lyrics/Music: Pak Se Yong/Kim Won Gyun

North Korea


Over time North Korea has gradually distanced itself from the world communist movement. Juche, an ideology of national self-reliance, was introduced into the ...

Bordered by China on the north and South Korea to the south, with the Sea of Japan to the east and the Korea Bay/Yellow Sea to the west. Pyonyang features the Juche Tower, a tribute to Kim Il-Sung, and the Arch of Reunification. North Korea is a politically insulated c... More »
By Bridget Johnson, About.com Guide

Democratic People's Republic of Korea


KFA trips have become popular amongst our KFA members as well as other people, who are welcome to join, to experience North Korea outside the tourist trail ...

North Korea | World news | The Guardian


14 hours ago ... North Korea network Why North Korea will benefit from Seoul's great leap ... North Korea says South's pullout from Kaesong complex is ...

North Korea: Ranking official 'executed' by regime - CNN.com


16 hours ago ... Seoul, South Korea (CNN) A senior North Korean military leader has been executed for "factionalism, misuse of authority and corruption," a ...

Korea, North - The World Factbook


Features map and brief descriptions of the geography, people, government, economy, communications, transportation, military and transnational issues.

North Korea - Reuters


PAJU, South Korea North Korea said it was kicking out all South Koreans from the jointly run Kaesong industrial zone on Thursday, calling the South's move to ...

North Korea Travel Information and Travel Guide
Redefining the term rogue state through its isolationism, controversial nuclear weapons programme and missile testing, North Korea is probably the most mysterious country in the world today and one ... More »
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Q: What is North Korea's nickname?
A: North Korea is called the Hermit Kingdom because of its isolationist practices. South Korea is sometines called the "Land of the morning calm. Read More »
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Q: What is the terrain in north Korea?
A: It is mountainous. Read More »
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Q: Why is North Korea an oligarchy.
A: During the Japanese Colonial Occupation (1910-1945) the main adversaries to the Japanese government were the Communist rebels, supported and protected by the So... Read More »
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Q: Who are North Korea allied with.
A: During the Korean war they were supported by China and the soviet union (the two major communist powers). Read More »
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Q: Who is the founder of north korea?
A: The founder of North Korea was Kim Il Sung, he passed away in 1994 at age 82, and North Korea is now run by his son, Kim Jong Read More »
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