In North Korea, open communication is restricted, no independent media exists, and there is no platform for citizen journalism in the country. We are here to fill that gap.
Although we are by necessity based outside North Korea, we are able to maintain close relationships with those who remain in North Korea.
Unlike any other news organization, the nature of our backgrounds allows us to maintain exclusive correspondence with high-level sources, as well as with trusted sources in the Sino-DPRK border regions. Finally, our reporting relies on the the collective experience of 25,000 North Korean exiles living in South Korea and many more in China.
We do not receive any funding for our work at present.
Please get in touch if you would like to support us: email@example.com
Director: Jang Jin-sung (Kim Il-sung University, Pyongyang)
Prior to exile:
DPRK Central Broadcasting Committee
DPRK Central Party Member (inter-Korean affairs)
DPRK State Poet Laureate
Researcher at Seoul Institute for National Security Strategy
Lecturer at Sogang University, Seoul
Consultant for South Korean (ROK) Unification Ministry / National Intelligence Service / Security Command
Managing Editor: Seo Young-seok
International Editor: Shirley Lee
Media Analysis: Christopher Green, Steven C. Denney
Translation Assistance: Sharon Kim
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