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A Year In Pyongyang By Andrew Holloway
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An account of the year the author spent in Pyongyang working as a language reviser for the North Korean government.
A Year In Pyongyang By Andrew Holloway
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An account of the year the author spent in Pyongyang working as a language reviser for the North Korean government.
Circus Pyongyang - Gig to North Korea By Juha Kurvinen
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Juha Kurvinen, chainsaw juggler and holder of two official Guinness World Records, gets one day an invitation to perform at a circus in North Korea organized to honour the birthday of president Kim... More > Il-Sung. Joining Kurvinen is the most famous Finnish professional magician Jori A. Kopponen, who has always wanted to travel to an "another planet". The party is being held at the capital of North Korea, Pyongyang. The artists have asked two journalists to assist them on this trip. It is strictly prohibited for journalists to enter the closed country. Constant fear of getting caught, brainwash and culture shock hits on every member of the Finnish travel party, when they have to operate under constant surveillance. Circus Pyongyang is a true story of a trip made by a Finnish artist entourage to the most closed state in the world, which is being presented as a terrestrial paradise for its western guests. The truth is something else. It's a trip to another planet, Circus Pyongyang.< Less
Projecting Pyongyang: The Future Of North Korea’s Kim Jong Il Regime By Andrew Scobell & Strategic Studies Institute
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Forecasting is a challenging business, and this is especially true when North Korea is the subject. A little more than a decade ago, the conventional wisdom was that the end of North Korea was... More > imminent. The country was beset by a severe famine, its economy appeared to have collapsed, and the collapse of the regime seemed destined to follow. In 2008, the conventional wisdom views North Korea as rebounding from the crisis of the last decade and the regime as being on a firm footing. Many experts now scoff at the possibility of the demise of the Kim regime. Dr. Andrew Scobell’s research cautions against wholeheartedly embracing conventional wisdom where North Korea is concerned. This monograph addresses the question of Pyongyang’s future. Specifically, it explores the future of the regime of Kim Jong Il, constructs a number of scenarios, and then identifies the most plausible one.< Less
North Korea’s Military Threat: Pyongyang’s Conventional Forces, Weapons Of Mass Destruction, And Ballistic Missiles By Andrew Scobell et al.
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North Korea is a country of paradoxes and contradictions. Although it remains an economic basket case that cannot feed and clothe its own people, it nevertheless possesses one of the world’s... More > largest armed forces. Whether measured in terms of the total number of personnel in uniform, numbers of special operations soldiers, the size of its submarine fleet, quantity of ballistic missiles in its arsenal, or its substantial weapons of mass destruction programs, Pyongyang is a major military power. North Korea’s latest act to demonstrate its might was the seismic event on October 9, 2006. The authors of this monograph set out to assess the capabilities and discern the intentions of North Korea’s People’s Army.< Less
NUKES,KIMCHI AND SOCIALISM AN ACCOUNT OF A JOURNEY FROM STOKE-ON-TRENT TO PYONGYANG By Shaun Pickford
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An account of a visit to the Democratic People's Republic of Korea in April 2017 by Shaun Pickford the secretary general of the Juche Idea Study Group of England and chairman of Staffordshire KFA
The Korea Pentecost -- And other Experiences on the Mission Field By William Newton Blair
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A first-hand missionary account, this is a faithful telling of a chapter in Korean history with scenes of culture and ethnographic color the way William Blair knew it. This is a document of... More > discovery, exploration, and an exciting account of the moment the great revival fell on the Korean church over 100 years ago! The account here of the PyongYang Revival is one of the most important accounts of the event, written by one who was present at the outset. It is also an important chronicle of a pivotal time in Korean history -- making it a source of clues to God's end-time destiny and call on the people and the land. This account is true, clear and compelling. It was written just three years after the fact. It is a rare window into a time, a people and a place. The power of memory for a people and a land is beyond estimation. The DNA of the people and the land that we find here in this book holds vital clues to us who would work to call up the people of the nations into their divine, end-time destiny!< Less
A Daughter's Journey: Evelyn Becker McCune By Heather McAfee McCune Thompson
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Evelyn Becker McCune was born in the walled city of Pyongyang, Korea, in 1907. She was the first child of Methodist educational missionaries, Arthur and Louise Becker. This is the story of Evelyn... More > Becker McCune, Arthur L. Becker, her father and George McAfee McCune, her husband.< Less
A Daughter's Journey: Evelyn Becker McCune By Heather McAfee McCune Thompson
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Evelyn Becker McCune was born in the walled city of Pyongyang, Korea, in 1907. She was the first child of Methodist educational missionaries, Arthur and Louise Becker. This is the story of Evelyn... More > Becker McCune, Arthur L. Becker, her father and George McAfee McCune, her husband.< Less
An Unconnected Place: Travels in a Country the World Wishes Did Not Exist By Matthew E. Pointon
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In 2015 Matthew E. Pointon fulfilled a lifelong dream and crossed the border from China into the Democratic People's Republic of Korea or North Korea as it is more commonly known. What he discovered... More > was a country of surprises a world removed from the stereotypical images found in the western media. He travelled around the remote north-east corner of the country before then exploring the “Third Korea”, the Yanbian Autonomous Region of China where ethnic Koreans form a majority, before finishing on the slopes of Mt. Paektu, Korea’s holy mountain. So fascinated was he by the DPRK that, two years later, he returned, exploring the capital Pyongyang, the cities of the eastern seaboard and the infamous DMZ where the two Koreas meet. This book records his journeys of discovery. It reveals the people, places and politics of arguably the most unconnected country on the planet.< Less

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