Photojournalist Park Jongwoo was granted rare access to the two-mile-wide swath of land between North and South Korea—an area called the Korean Demilitarized Zone. This is what he saw. #WorldPhotographyDay 5/
I almost feel that my North Korean guide to the language is straying into propaganda
@spectator @bradleykmartin "I know you are busy but, please, if you have any time at all, get a copy of 'The Great Successor,' for Anna Fifield has offered us a clear, unflinching look at the horrors of North Korean totalitarianism. " Review in the @BerkEdge
BREAKING NEWS: North and South Korea will sign a peace treaty to formally end the Korean War later this year, 65 years after hostilities ceased
“To The World” NCT 127! NCT 127 will be performing in 11 cities for its North American tour, the most for a Korean boy group! Keep on eye on the group's global advances and its first world tour, which goes on in North America and Europe! #NCT #NCT1271 #NCT127_WorldTour #NeoCity7 127_WorldTour
Heavily armed North Korean solders approach South Korean solders at the DMZ. The solders of the two warring countries shake hands and chat politely with each other. They are smiling. Two Koreas, connected. historic. Happy Thanksgiving.
I can report South Koreans here in Pyeongchang are not as enthralled with Kim Yo Jong and the North Korean cheerleaders as it seems some media are back home. Something about N.K. killing, starving, & imprisoning its people while threatening South Korea with nuclear annihilation.