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*Pyongyang 25 Hours

Pyongyang 25 Hours (장성무의 평양 25時) is an NK Vision magazine column written by Jang Sung Moo, who was born in Pyongsung in South Pyongan Province. After working as a materials advisor at Factory 9-19 he escaped North Korea in 2003 and entered South Korea the same year. He currently serves as vice-president of Radio Free Chosun.

Students in the exercise yard at Mangyongdae Revolutionary School (만경대 혁명학원) practice marching in place under the direction of a drill sergeant. (Yonhap)
05
Jun
2013

[Pyongyang 25 Hours] North Korea’s “State of Quasi-War”: Pulling Same Old Tricks for Three Generations

Read in Korean The following opinion column is part of the series Pyongyang 25 Hours and appeared on pages 60-61 of the May 2013 issue of NK Vision magazine. Translation by NKnet volunteer Graham Hand. Jang Sung Moo was born … Continue reading


Cover of NK Vision magazine from June 2011
06
Jun
2011

[Pyongyang 25 Hours] The Korean War: The Unended War

Read in Korean The following opinion column is part of the series Pyongyang 25 Hours and appears in the June 2011 issue of NK Vision magazine. Translated by NKnet volunteer Ryan Hamilton. Jang Sung Moo was born in North Korea … Continue reading


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