Lawyers file suit against Gov’t for inmates

By Park Si-soo A group of lawyers filed a damage suit against the government on behalf of inmates who are allegedly living in inhumane conditions in a correctional facility in the southeastern city of Busan. Lawyers from the Busan Bar Association are demanding the government pay a total of 101 million won ($95,000) in compensation…

Sharp Contrast between Two Social Systems

  Pyongyang, March 19 (KCNA) — The Korean youth, out of their sound view of life, are devoting their energy and wisdom to the worthwhile effort for the prosperity for the country.   They are active in the army, industrial establishments, farms, construction sites, universities and scientific research centers.   Many of them enjoy public…

Former political prisoners go home to DPRK

We at the Juche Study Group of Ireland has decided to post this text to make you aware of that the case of Han Sang Ryol is not unique in its case but that anyone in South Korea who may threat the state or not follow state order may be a victim of the South…

Han Sang Ryol 5 years

Han Sang Ryol and other supporters of a united Korea holds the unification flag. On the 21st of January, the korean pastor, patriot and peace activist Han Sang Ryol was sentenced to five years imprisonment as well as five years disqualification from holding office by the South Korean puppet regimes Seoul Central District Court. Han…

S. Korea Urged to Stop Scheme for Military Tie-up with Japan

Pyongyang, January 17 (KCNA) — The Bar Association for Democratic Society and other civic and social organizations in south Korea issued a joint statement on Jan. 14, urging the authorities to halt seeking military tie-up with Japan. The statement noted that debate on conclusion of south Korea-Japan military agreement is going on in earnest over…

S. Korea: Jail Term Sentenced to Citizen Praising DPRK

Pyongyang, January 17 (KCNA) — The Seoul Central District Court on Jan. 14 sentenced to jail an inhabitant on charges of violating the ill-famed “National Security Law”, according to CBS of south Korea. The court gave this sentence for the mere reason that the citizen posted on Internet articles and animation files praising the DPRK

Self-Reliance, Key to Strong Economy

Pyongyang, January 7 (KCNA) — The joint New Year editorial issued by major newspapers of the DPRK calls for adhering to the principle of self-reliance in economic construction. The principle has been consistently maintained by the Workers’ Party of Korea in the protracted and arduous revolutionary struggle. With this principle, the DPRK has built an…

Han Sang Ryol – a patriot and peace activist

Han Sang Ryol, a highly respected pastor in the Korean peninsula is now risking 10 years in prison for his believes and opinions of one free, united Korea. The South Korean regime is nothing more or less a Quisling regime. During the time of the norwegian nazi regime, communists and other anti-fascists where hunt down…

Pro-north Korean sites brisk in south Korea

There are hundreds of pro-north Korean sites in south Korea. The south Korean conservative authorities makes desperate efforts to block them, however, they cannot check the people’s feelings towards north Korea. The sites make loop around connection IP at any time. It is hard to block it in the present situation, a south Korea committee…

Biggest battle exercise commenced in the south.

South Korean warships have launched a four-day exercise in the disputed eastern border waters near North Korea. The maneuver also includes air forces and ground troops. South Korea launches on Wednesday a three-day long artillery exercise at the Korean Peninsula’s east coast. The defense minister in Seoul told Yonhap news agency that it is kept…