Mansudae Korea

Tracing China-DPRK Border Crossings

The border between the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea and the People’s Republic of China is 1,420km long and runs along the course of the Amnok River (known in China as the Yalu River) and the Tumen...

Hamgyong: Northeast North Korea

Hamgyong is the most northerly region of Korea comprising of two provinces, North Hamgyong and South Hamgyong. The province stretches from the border with China and Russia along the Tumen river down through...

Chongjin, North Hamgyong Province

Chongjin, North Hamgyong Province Overview Chongjin (청진) is one of the largest industrial centres in the DPRK. Located in North Hamgyong province on the east coast, it also acts as a major seaport for the...

Joint-Korean DMZ inspections take place

For the first time since the division of the peninsula, troops from both sides of the border have crossed the demarcation line within the DMZ to perform inspections of dismantled guard-posts. Ongoing...

Wonsan, Kangwon Province

Wonsan, Kangwon Province Overview Wonsan City (원산시) is a municipal city and the capital city of Kangwon province located on the east coast. The city is the most ‘mixed’ city in the country, with numerous...

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