Editorial: a “former senior official” who claimed “Kim Kyong Hui poisoned”
Joint internal security operations dubbed the ‘9.8 Measures’ implemented in North Korea.
New Focus correspondents were informed via telephone that specific numbers of North Korean overseas labourers in their 20s and 30s have been sent to different provinces in China.
North Korea’s elite do not begin to believe that “Kim Yo Jong can be powerful”; it is only the outside world that speculates it.
How do you distinguish between what North Korea says and what it intends and means and desires?
A system and a people are not one and the same; a cult and a nation are not one and the same.
Those among the North Korean elite behaving in ways more “factional” than Jang Song Thaek.
Disease outbreak in North Korea is seen as opportunity, not crisis.
There are two types of cell phone in North Korea: registered and unregistered.
The 25th of June marks the 65th anniversary of the commencement of the Korean War. But escapees say that they had learnt of a completely different version of history.
A girl’s first menstrual period is the start of suffering and humiliation in North Korea.
New Focus reveals details from a phone interview with a North Korean citizen, currently living in Musan, about politics, society and the families of escapees.
Ri Sol-Ju may be considered a fashion icon, but who are the real trendsetters?