Mansudae Korea

Nampo, South P’yongan Province

Insight: Nampo, South P’yongan Province Overview Nampo city (남포시) is a special city on the west coast of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. It is the site of the largest port in the country and a...

The Changing Face of Pyongyang

Pyongyang, 평양직할시, is a directly governed and capital city of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. Pyongyang is the centrepiece of any trip into the country and the political heart of the DPRK. Due...

Rason Special Economic Zone

Rason City is a city nestled between the north-eastern tip of North Hamgyong Province and the borders with China and Russia. It serves as a port for international shipping and makes up half of the Rason...

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...

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