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      North Korea Country Information
North Korea is located in East Asia. It has covered nearly northern half of the Korean peninsula. The capital of North Korea is Pyongyang. Among North Korea and South Korea, the Korean Demilitarized Zone provides a barrier sector. In 1905 Russo-Japanese War was held, and Japan captured the peninsula. Till 1905 the Korean empire was in charge for managing the peninsula. Post World War II, the North Korea was separated into two. In 1945, the Soviet and American occupies the region. In 1948, the declination of North Korea to take part in United Nations organized elections directed to the formation of individual Korean governments for the two living sectors. In 1950, a war between North and South Korea held known as the Korean War. The Korean War was for the power to control the Korean Peninsula. The warfare finished with the Armistice Agreement of 1953. The two countries have silent war with each other. In 1991, United Nations established both the states. The Korean Workers' Party (KWP) directs a joint frontage in North Korea. It is a single-party state. The country's government pursued the Juche principles of autonomy, developed by the country's former President, Kim Il-sung. He was acknowledged as perpetual President. Nearly 2 million people died following a sequence of natural tragedy, a famine crop up, fall of the Soviet Union. To come out, Kim Jong-Il implemented Songun or a "military-first" rule to sort and reinforce the country and its government. Being a socialist republic, North Korea is accounted as a totalitarian Stalinist dictatorship. North Korea has a sum of 9,495,000 lively, reserves, and paramilitary personnel. It is world's most militarized nation. Dynamic space programs are held in North Korea. It is a nuclear weapons state. North Korea is nowadays measured the world's most lonely country and also known as the moniker "The Hermit Kingdom" by few. It is due to the government's mysterious nature and its unwillingness to allow in foreigners.

      North Korea Recreation, Culture and Attractions
In 1910-45 in the Japanese rule the Japanese government tried to force Koreans to implement the Japanese language and culture. Many momentous Korean relics were either stolen or destroyed by fire by the Japanese. The craving of the North Korean rule to protect its Korean culture, as well as several customary features like food, dress, art, architecture, and folkways, is aggravated in component by the historical experience of Japan's cultural abolition trial. Juche's ideology declared Korea's cultural uniqueness and originality as well as the creative command of the functioning loads. Art in North Korea is mainly informative; artistic look provides as a tool for inculcating Juche ideology and necessitate carrying on the great effort for uprising and reunification of the Korean Peninsula. There is little delicacy in most modern enriching look. Foreign governments and citizens, particularly the Japanese and the Americans, are illustrated as merciless monsters Innovative champions are seen as virtuous facts who act from the purest of intention. The three main reliable subjects are martyrdom during the revolutionary, the happiness of the present society, and the genius of the "great leader" or "dear leader." Kim Il-sung himself is explained as a writer of "classical masterpieces" at some stage in the anti-Japanese struggle. Novels formed "under his direction" comprise The Flower Girl, The Sea of Blood, The Fate of a Self-Defense Corps Man, and The Song of Korea; these are painstaking "prototypes and models of Juche literature and art." The information in newspaper depicts Kim in semi-retirement as scripting his memoirs--"a heroic epic devoted to the freedom and happiness of the people." The state and the Korean Workers' Party supervise the making of literature and art. The party drills runs over society during its misinformation and demonstration area and the ethnicity and Arts Department of the KWP's Central Committee. The population has slight or no introduction to foreign cultural influences distant from presentation by song-and-dance groups and other entertainers carry in periodically for limited audiences. These concerts, the Spring Friendship Art Festival are held yearly in April. To prove that the peoples of the world like the North Koreans themselves, love and respect the "great leader", programs are held. The younger Kim himself individually is responsible for cultural policy. Pyongyang and other big cities propose the broadest of an essentially slender collection of cultural expression. "Art propaganda squads" tours to creation sites in the provinces to carry out poetry readings, one-act plays, and songs in order to "congratulate workers on their successes" and "inspire them to greater successes through their artistic agitation." Such squads are famous in the countryside through the harvest season and whenever "speed battles" to increase productivity are held. North Korea is popular for "mass games". These are displays where thousands of North Koreans present highly composed dances, especially traditional dances and gymnastics, often appealing in real-time rhythms of society. The artists sing and chant their loyalties to Kim il-sung, the KWP, and to the principle of Juche.

      North Korea Country Demographics
total population - 23,479,088
male population - 11,037,832
female population - 11,627,513
Juche population - 15,460,000
Korean population - 3,846,000
Chinese population - 3,245,000
Japanese population - 1,082,000
Vietnamese population - 406,000

      North Korea Education
The government holds the authority to manage the education system. The education till the secondary level is obligatory. In early 1990s, along with free education, the state also offered to give uniforms for free. Heuristics is dynamically applied in classification to expand the liberty and imagination of students. Obligatory education lasts eleven years, and includes one year of preschool, four years of primary education and six years of secondary education. The North Korean school prospectuses consist of both academic and political subject matter. Minimum and maximum age for children to join the school is six and nine years. The age to enroll for secondary level of education is 10 years. Higher education is optional in North Korea. In North Korea higher education has two systems. They are academic higher education and higher education for continuing education. The academic higher education system contains three kinds of institutions: universities, professional schools, and technical schools. Graduate schools for master's and doctoral level studies are attached to universities, and are for students who want to continue their education. Two prominent universities in the DPRK are the Kim Il-sung University and Pyongyang University of Science and Technology. North Korea has 99% average literacy rate. Government manages the education in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK). Kim Il-sung University is the most esteemed university.

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North Korea nickname - Bukhan

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North Korea Anthem
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      North Korea Country History
The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) was initiated in 1948. In 1945, the Japan's defeat in World War II resulted finished the Japanese occupation in Korea. An agreement with a United Nations and Korea was alienated at the 38th parallel. According to the agreement, Soviet Union governed the north and the United States managed the south. The conflicts rose between the Soviets and Americans regarding execution of mutual Trusteeship over Korea. The initiation of splitting the governments was proposed in 1948, each one alleging to be the legal government of all of Korea. There are many similarities among North Korea's ancient times and today. The ethnicity of Confucianism and a government directed from the top-down and from the center persist to grasp control. There survived the relative stability in North Korea while Kim II Sung came to rule in 1946. Kim's chuche ideology also has its roots in the independent attitude of the Hermit Kingdom and Korea's history of exclusionism also apprehended scrupulous petition to public rising from the era of Japanese colonial domination from 1910-45. North Korea individually opened in 1945, in the center of an extended conflict between the United States and the Soviet Union. North Korea was, and in several ways residue, as a classic Cold War state, obsessed by the hassles of the old clashes with the Republic of Korea, and the United States and its associates. It comes forward in the zenith of Stalinism, which inclined North Korea's assessment to give priority to heavy industry in its economic agenda. North Korea was a state counterfeit in warfare: by a civil great effort fought at the beginning of the scheme and by a fierce fratricidal war fought while the system was still in infancy. All the pressure mutually produced a tough headship that knew how to grip onto control. But North Korea also advanced as an unusual synthesis between foreign models and native influences; the political system was intensely embedded in native soil, sketch on Korea's lengthy past of unitary way of life on a small peninsula bounded by superior controls.

      North Korea Country Tourist Information
Government holds the power of tourism. East Asians mostly visit North Korea. It has stunning scenery and is rich in culture. The popular holiday destinations in North Korea are Pyongyang, Wonsan and North Hwanghae. Mount Kumgang, an attractive mountain near to the South Korea border was nominated as special tourist attraction. It has many South Koreans tourists to it. Gunfire on a South Korean tourist made North Korea to declare that it would take hold of the South Korean real estate belongings in the region. To resume the tourism services, Hyundai Group Company of South Korea proposed a deal to North Korean Government. North Korea opened the tourism areas to South Korea counting Baekdu Mountain and Kaesong. Later owing to political disagreements among North and South Korea, the tours were stopped linking to propaganda balloons. Pyongyang, the capital city is situated on the northwest part of the country. International airport is located in the city of Pyongyang. For tourists the city has, Juche Tower, Children's Palace, Ryugyong Hotel, USS Pueblo, the Arch of Triumph and the Korean War Museum. Mansudae has the bronze statue of Kim Il-Sung. This statue is fairly enormous and is 20 meters tall. The tourists visiting North Korea have to follow the restrictions provided by the tourism government. Travelling on own is not possible in North Korea. Tour should be compulsorily guided. Wonsan is in the southeast part of the country. It is a famous port city. Its crystal clear waters and beautiful pine plantations make it a very popular tourist destination. Popular sightseeing destinations are Songdowon, Mount Kumgang, Chongsokjon, Lake Sijung and Myongsasimni. North Hwanghae is in the northwest part of the country. Once in the period of Joseon Dynasty, North Hwanghae was one of the eight provinces in North Korea. It is famous for the People's Park.

      North Korea Taxes
Country Corporate tax -25%
Country Maximum Personal Income tax - 4%-20%
Country Value Added Tax (VAT) - 15%
Country commercial sales revenue tax - 2%
Country Service sector service revenue tax - 2-4%

      North Korea Economy
The northern infrastructure was totally damaged by the Korean War from 1950-1953. Pyongyang was packed down by the terror campaign. The North Koreans were forced to come forward as an innovative, bright and brave nation of Koreans. South Korea was tagged as a U.S. puppet regime. The demolition of economy was scrupulous. Millions of people turned as immigrants and ran away to earn their living in South Korea. Renovation after the war was done with the support of Soviet and Chinese. To improve the situations, the North Korean government collectivized cultivation, toughened state and public possession of heavy and light industries, and nationally incorporated education and the arts and sciences. The classic Soviet-style socialist economy and the party's control were merged in North Korea in 1960. Hyonjichido, a new structure of leader-subject affairs materialize like instant teaching in North Korea teaching or directing. Kim II Sung, to intensely increase the production of the nation visited the working places nationally. Cheering people to contribute additional effort was Kim II Sung motto. Kim's existence carried influence and the people were overwhelmed that the country's summit man had visited their home-town; the visits enhanced spirits and improved national pride. The North Korean economy improved at an amazing speed. In 1956, the North Korean government initiated a five-year economic plan. The agriculture and industry converted into publicly own and administer in 1958 as socialist transformation of production was confirmed complete. State had placed few prominent industries under state ownership. New economic plan was started in 1961. North Korea was affirmed as socialist industrial state in November 1970, the party's Fifth congress. In April 1974, Government put an end to taxes in North Korea. The North Korean superlative People's Congress recognized the North Korean socialist constitution in December 1972 and Kim II Sung was elected as the president of North Korea. The natural hazards in late 1990s created famine and exposed inadequacy of the North Korean economy. Followed by Floods, cultivation was destroyed along with typhoon damage in 1997. The allowance allotment also became sporadic. Due to increase in poverty offense were on rise. North Korea started to depend on overseas aid from South Korea, Japan, the United States, and other Western nations. Since the beginning of 1999, North Korean periodical has positioned additional highlighting on economy than on military affairs. The aids from overseas governments provided to North Korea's time-consuming improvement from a severe food shortage.

      North Korea Universities
University of Huichon Telecommunications - 15,000Students
University of Kim Chaek Technology - 10,000 Students
University of Kim Il-sung - 16,000Students

      North Korea Religions
Irreligion(Juche philosophy) Population is 64.3%
Korean shamanism Population is 16%
Cheondoism Population is 13.5%
Buddhism Population is 4.5%
Christianity Population is 1.7%

      North Korea Provinces
Chagang Province - Population 1,299,830
North Hamgyong Province - Population 2,327,362
South Hamgyong Province - Population 3,066,013
North Hwanghae Province - Population 2,113,672
South Hwanghae Province - Population 2,310,485
Kangwon Province - Population 1,477,582
North Pyongan Province - Population 2,728,662
South Pyongan Province - Population 4,051,696
Ryanggang Province - Population 719,269

      North Korea Country Transportation
Sluggish is the transport system in North Korea. Because of the shabby infrastructure and partial energy, the transport system in Korea has not developed. No new work or repair has done in 20th century. With the economic turn down in the 1990s, command on the transportation networks minimized. In North Korea to travel across counties and provinces, permission to particular journey has to be taken from concerned authority. Several people illicitly visit other places. The important means of transportation in North Korea is the Railways. The fundamental railway model runs in a north-south direction, approximately parallel to the seashore, with branchlines to the river valleys. Pyongyang and Wonsan has single one east-west railway line because of the high mountains. The west-coast line runs from Kaesong near the South Korean border to Sinuiju on the Chinese border, linking the main cities. Highway transportation is not as imperative as railroads, as very few motor vehicles exist. Main roads parallel the rail lines. Express highways connect Pyongyang with Wonsan, Nampo, and Kaesong. Maintenance of roads is very bad in North Korea. A vital role in transporting agricultural goods, minerals, and travelers is played by River shipping. Cargo transportation is mainly done in the Yalu, Taedong, and Chaeryong Rivers. Air force handles the air services. The main cities are connected with flight services. Pyongyang has international airport. Sunan International Airport is positioned northwest of Pyongyang. The bigger domestic airports are sited at Hamhung, Chongjin, and Wonsan.

      North Korea Geography
North Korea is situated on the north of the Korean peninsula. It has an area of 120,540 square kilometres (46,541 sq mi). The boundaries of North Korea are Republic of China and Russia to the north, and borders South Korea along the Korean Demilitarized Zone. To the east of North Korea Japan is located across the Sea of Japan, whereas to the west are Yellow Sea and Korea Bay . Amnok River is the longest river with 790 kilometers (491 mi). Paektu-san Mountain has top at 2,744 metres (9,003 ft). Pyongyang is the capital and biggest city of North Korea. Tourists after their visit to North Korea comment it as 'A sea in a heavy gale', because of several consecutive mountain ranges that interweave the peninsula. Around 80% of North Korea land is covered with mountains and highlands alienated by profound and narrow valleys. Lengthy winters bring bitter chilly and plain weather sprinkled with snow gale as an outcome of northern and northwestern winds that rage from Siberia. The every day regular high and low temperatures for Pyongyang in January are approximately -3 and -13 C (27 and 9 F). The snowfall on average is thirty-seven days in the winter. Winter can be mostly ruthless in the northern, hilly regions. Summer is inclined to be short, burning, sultry, and showery because of the southern and southeastern monsoon winds from the Pacific Ocean. The peninsula is affected by Typhoon each year. Typhoon affects on an average of at least once every summer. Spring and autumn are intermediary seasons noticeable by gentle temperatures and erratic winds and bring the most pleasurable weather. Natural hazards embrace the late spring droughts which frequently are pursued by severe flooding. There are rare typhoons during the untimely fall.

      North Korea National Parks
The country's biggest national park is Kumgangsan National Park. It comprises of an array of mountains. It is also called as 'the Diamond Mountains'. The park is located along the east coast of the country. This park is famous for its assorted surroundings with birdwatchers, photographers and botanists. Across the nation, there are several attractive parks. The Dadohae Haesang National Park, located off the southwest end of the country is a marine park. This park consists of around 1700 islands. The island of Hongdo has sheer cliff, rock formations, picturesque sunsets as well as wooded hillside, formed by steep ravines. For tourists to wander, the correct place is the Heuksanso Island. The Dodong Mineral Springs Park has cable car facility and provides bird-eye vision of the Ulleungdo. There is a mineral water spring on the top whose water is said to have medicinal benefits. In North Korea the other famous parks are the Hallyeo Waterway National Park and the Seoraksan National Park. The Hallyeo Waterway National Park has stunning coastlines and has 368 islands as well as several temples and historical residues. The park has caves and attractive landscapes and rock structures. The Seoraksan National Park has many temples, granite pinnacle, deepmountain gorges, hiking trails and clear streams. The Yukdam and Biryong waterfalls, the Geumganggul Cave and the Sinheung Temple are worth watching. The Songnisan National Park is 80 km northwest of the Daeheon. It has Beobjusa Temple withthe tallest Buddha statue of 33 meter high.

      North Korea Government
North Korea is a self-described Juche independent state. Spectators illustrate North Korea as hereditary dictatorship with distinct cult of personality controlled approximately by Kim Il-sung and his son and successor, Kim Jong-il. Kim Il-sung was titled as Eternal president after his death in 1994 was entombed in the immense Kumsusan Memorial Palace in middle of Pyongyang. The Korean Workers' Party (KWP) directs a joint frontage in North Korea. It is a single-party state. The country's government pursued the Juche principles of autonomy, developed by the country's former President, Kim Il-sung. He was acknowledged as perpetual President. Nearly 2 million people died following a sequence of natural tragedy, a famine crop up, fall of the Soviet Union. To come out, Kim Jong-Il implemented Songun or a "military-first" rule to sort and reinforce the country and its government. Being a socialist republic, North Korea is accounted as a totalitarian Stalinist dictatorship. The head of state is Kim Jong-il, and is Chairman of the National Defence Commission of North Korea. The governing body of North Korea is the Supreme People's Assembly, at present led by President Kim Yong-nam. The additional senior management outline is ruler Choe Yong-rim. The formation of the government is illustrated in the Constitution of North Korea. It is a single-party state. The central party is the Democratic Front for the Reunification of the Fatherland, a alliance of the Workers' Party of Korea and two other smaller parties, the Korean Social Democratic Party and the Chondoist Chongu Party. These parties appoint all candidates for workplace and grasp all seats in the Supreme People's Assembly. User North Korea Comments

8/12/2015 Yusuf SahraWrite Comment
Living in North Korea
Dear Friend I am from Afghanistan my self with my we like socialism and communism Government we would like to live permanently in North Korea can you advise me how to start Best regards Y. Sahra
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