Kim's train ride partially followed a route once taken by his grandfather.
"Clothing made from artificial flannelette fabrics composed of trace elements such as high-grade protein, amino acids, fruit juice, magnesium, iron and calcium," read a translated spread from a men's fashion magazine.
With no official peace treaty and a heavily fortified border between them, the Koreas are still very much living the Cold War.
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This year North Korea forwent its usual military parade to celebrate the birthday of its founder Kim Il Sung.
North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong Un plans to pit the U.S. and China against one another in a game he thinks only he can win.
Little is known about the first member of Kim Jong Un's family to enter South Korea, but experts say rising star Kim Yo Jong is all part of the plan.
The 9,700-ton Mangyongbong 92 was given to North Korea's founder Kim Il Sung in 1992 for his 80th birthday.
How far can Kim Jong Un push his workforce to make up for the "harshest-ever sanctions" against North Korea?
North Korea claimed millions visited the captured USS Pueblo, which lies on the Pothong River at the Victorious Fatherland Liberation War Museum in Pyongyang.
A man who claimed to be a bodyguard to Kim Jong Il said his youngest son was "angry," "stressed" and "his personality was explosive."
Kim Jong Un is "trying to make himself the reincarnation of Kim Il Sung, who was really beloved by the North Koreans."
Ever since Kim came to power, his birthdays have passed with little to no mention in the state media.
North Koreans are commemorating 100 years since her birth.
A number of possible explanations range from logistical issues to perceived threats to Kim's life.
Amid fears of yet another missile test, the secretive state released footage of an orchestrated mass mourning.
"The fatigue shows in some flower-wavers' faces," the report states.
Newsweek takes a closer look at North Korea's missile development program.
The regime is about to celebrate its 69th year of existence as the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, and the South is on high alert for a possible missile test.
Kim Jong Un's 14-day absence from public appearances ahead of the celebrations may signal preparation for an at-sea SLBM test.
A new sign erected on the 105-story Ryugyong Hotel's facade proclaimed the beginning of a new era for the country: "Rocket Power Nation."
By the time the war ended, nearly 1.8 million Americans fought in the conflict, nearly 37,000 soldiers died and more than 7,800 remain unaccounted for to this day.
40 years ago, Kim Il-sung arranged the purchase of 1,000 Volvo sedans from Sweden... and never paid for them