North Korean leader Kim Jong-un stressed the need to prepare for both dialogue and confrontation with the United States during his address of the Workers’ Party Thursday. “[Kim] stressed the need to get prepared for both dialogue and confrontation...
North Korea has turned its back on K-pop, seeing it as a threat to socialism, despite welcoming a performance by popular South Korean girl group Red Velvet in Pyongyang just three years ago.
Pope Francis reaffirmed his willingness to visit North Korea, said a senior South Korean bishop Monday, recognizing the tremendous pain of the Korean people who have been separated for 70 years.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un congratulated Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel on his election as the new powerful head of its ruling communist party and vowed to strengthen bilateral ties, state media said Tuesday.
North Korea marked founder Kim Il Sung’s birthday anniversary Thursday with more festivities than the previous year, and with no signs of unusual activities so far, according to the South Korean military.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un urged the ruling Workers' Party's grassroots units to help eliminate antisocialist practices at a major political conference, state media reported Wednesday.
The daughter of a South Korean man abducted by North Korean soldiers during the Korean War won a civil suit against the North Korean state and leader Kim Jong-un in a South Korean court Thursday.
Chinese President Xi Jinping in a verbal message to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un expressed willingness to “make new positive contributions” toward peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula, the two countries’ state media reported Tuesday.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s powerful younger sister warned that Pyongyang could scrap the inter-Korean military agreement as she lambasted annual joint military drills between Seoul and Washington.
North Korean officials blamed themselves for poor economic development in pieces carried in state media Tuesday, following leader Kim Jong-un’s rare admittance of failures in his country’s economic plans at the beginning of the year.