Sun Mu spreads paper painted with the names Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il over the concrete floor of an art gallery. He lays the broad sheet at the gallery's entrance so that to view his work, visitors must step on the names of North Korea's late leaders, spreading dirt from their shoes into names...
[youtube:pASlKgPKO5E] 10 October 2015 was officially the 70th anniversary of the Korean Workers Party (KWP), the North Korean communist party. This past weekend saw a huge military parade through Kim Il Sung Square (the central plaza of Pyongyang). Show More Summary
North Korea is "ready to fight any kind of war" waged by the U.S., leader Kim Jong Un said Saturday, and the hermit kingdom had a giant military parade to prove it. The procession in capital Pyongyang's main Kim Il Sung Square marked...Show More Summary
North Koreans gathered Monday in the Syrian capital of Damascus, where authorities held a ceremony dedicating a park to the Hermit Kingdom's late founder, Kim Il Sung. Members of the North Korean embassy watched as official Fairouz Moussa...Show More Summary
In North Korea, there’s no escaping the Kim family. “Eternal President” Kim Il Sung continues to reign — according to North Korean lore — 21 years after his death. His son, “Dear Leader” Kim Jong Il, died in 2011 but lies in state with his father in a huge mausoleum the size of Buckingham Palace […]
The image of Kim Il Sung, the founder of North Korea, was not featured at the new Pyongyang International Airport terminal, which Kim Jong Un dedicated to his father, Kim Jong Il.
“It shows how to perform a variety of moves for the country’s traditional mass dance events, like this one, that took place on May 1 in Kim Il Sung Square in Pyongyang.”
Everyone knows the world's most megalomaniacal dictator. That would be Kim Jong Un of the North Korean hermit kingdom, also known as “The Precious Leader,” son of the “The Dear Leader,” Kim Jong Il. His grandfather, Kim Il Sung, is still...Show More Summary
Blaine Harden recounts the fractured fairy tale origins of North Korea through the stories of the Stalinist tyrant Kim Il Sung and fighter pilot No Kum Sok who fled the kingdom.
North Korean Arc de Triomphe—a monument by Kim Il Sung in honor of... Kim Il Sung It's a vacation week for many of the pundit regulars, which could be a net positive in the fight for reason. However, not everyone decided to sleep in. Jimmy...Show More Summary
Thousands of North Koreans gathered in Kim Il Sung Square in Pyongyang on Tuesday to show their support for their government's rejection of a recent UN resolution on human rights in North Korea. Kim Ki Nam, Secretary of the Central Committee...Show More Summary
His look and persona are consciously imitated by his grandson, Kim Jong Un
Portuguese writer José Luís Peixoto (author of, for example, The Implacable Order of Things) took part in the Kim Il Sung 100th Birthday Ultimate Mega Tour of North Korea in 2012 (well, who wouldn't have, if they had the chance ?) and...Show More Summary
As spin-doctoring goes, Jang Jin Sung had one of the world’s hardest jobs.
The young tyrant skipped the military parade and the crowds that typically mark the revered Kim Il Sung's birthday, instead apparently paying a midnight visit to the Pyongyang mausoleum where his embalmed body rests
Yesterday for the first time in the 27-year history of the Pyongyang marathon, North Korea allowed foreign amateur and professional runners to take part. Competitors from 27 countries ran in front of crowds gathered in Kim Il Sung Stadium and around Kim Il Sung University in part to celebrate Kim Il Sung's 102 birthday on Tuesday. Show More Summary
The late journalist Christopher Hitchens once suggested that it was as if Kim Il Sung -- the founder and “Eternal President” of the...
Former NBA star Dennis Rodman has taken serious criticism over his ongoing relationship with North Korean dictator Kim Il Sung, and his resistance of pressure to leverage that relationship for the release of imprisoned American Kenneth Bae. Show More Summary
Changes in Longitude It was a hot, sticky day in North Korea as we trudged up the steep hill on Tongil Street to gaze upon yet another massive, gilded statue of the country's founder, Kim Il Sung. We were in the industrial city of Kaesong, only miles from the Demilitarized Zone separating the two Koreas. Show More Summary
While Pyongyang’s Kim regime hasn’t yet collapsed, a mosaic wall erected to honor the dynasty did, on the eve of the April 15 Day of the Sun festivities meant to celebrate the birthday of North Korean founder Kim Il Sung. Conflicting...Show More Summary