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According to shoppingpicks, in the month of January, North Korea experiences cold and dry weather. The average temperature is around -4°C and there is very little precipitation throughout the month. February brings a slight increase in temperatures to around 0°C but rainfall continues to be rare. March sees a further increase in temperatures to around 4°C and rainfall remains scarce throughout most parts of the country. April brings even milder weather with average temperatures ranging from 7-9°C, although some light snow showers may still occur in some areas. May is the warmest month in North Korea with average temperatures ranging from 12-14°C and almost no snowfall throughout much of the country. June brings a slight decrease in temperature with average temperatures ranging from 8-10°C but dry weather remains predominant throughout much of North Korea. North Korea has a continental climate: hot in summer (30°C) and freezing cold in winter. Especially in the north, which borders China, it is very cold and dry in winter. Most precipitation falls in the summer period: June to September. If you want to travel through the country, try to get a visa for the months of April and May or October. The climate is then very travel-friendly. Check aristmarketing for North Korea in 1997.

North Korea Geography and Population

North Korea (Geography) North Korea’s population is ethnically very homogeneous, predominantly Korean. Many families were separated at the ceasefire in 1953, and there have been virtually no contacts between the Koreans in North and South Korea since. On the other hand, there is some contact with the ethnic Koreans in Japan, descendants of those who… Read More »

North Korea Economy

Development in the territory: In recent years, there have been changes in the economy towards a market or quasi-market environment. State economic entities have the opportunity to trade with their surpluses, which they have created beyond the scope of the state plan. The army is self-managed, which probably covers its current expenses to a large… Read More »

North Korea Visa, Embassy, Holidays and Shopping

VISAS, ENTRY RULES, CUSTOMS REGULATIONS in North Korea Under North Korean law, foreigners can only enter the country as part of organized tourist groups. The easiest way to get a visa is through travel agencies, which must have official permission from the DPRK Foreign Ministry to organize tours to the country. To obtain a visa,… Read More »

History in North Korea

It is believed that the Korean Peninsula was inhabited as early as the Paleolithic, that is, several tens of millennia BC. In the 1st century A.D. several states were formed here: in the north – Goguryeo, in the south – Baekche and Silla. In the 7th century, the Silla state, with the help of Chinese… Read More »

North Korea History

The North Korea was formed as a separate state in 1948 in the Soviet occupation zone, after the approval of a socialist constitution. Head of government became the leader of the Communist Party (from 1949 Korean Workers’ Party) Kim Il Sung, who led the country continuously until 1994. Together with the modernization and planning and… Read More »

North Korea State Overview

Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (in Korean Choson Minjujuui Inmin Konghwaguk), colloquially called North Korea to distinguish it from South Korea, is a country in East Asia. Pyongyang is the capital city of North Korea according to itypemba. Geographic location Located in East Asia, in the northern part of the Korean peninsula, between the Sea of Japan to the East and the Yellow Sea to… Read More »

Storm over Korea Part IV

7: Lee Myung Bak Lee Myung Bak was born in Osaka, Japan on December 17, 1941, shortly after Japan attacked the US Navy base at Pearl Harbor (Hawaii). When Japan lost the war in 1945, Korea was also lost. According to WEDDINGINFASHION, the country had been a Japanese colony since 1910. Lee Myung Bak’s family… Read More »

Storm over Korea Part III

In 1980, Kim Il Sung presented a program to establish the Democratic Confederate Republic of Koryo (Koryo was the name of the dynasty that ruled Korea 935–1392). It was to be an alliance-free state with two different systems and each a different government. In 1991, when both states became members of the UN, they agreed… Read More »

Storm over Korea Part II

The sunshine policy came in the shadow of the controversy over North Korea’s missile and nuclear program. Bush never spoke to Sunshine Presidents Kim Dae Jung and Roh Moo Hyun, who both died in 2009, Roh on his own after a corruption scandal. 3: Storm from several edges All two years before, in 2007, the… Read More »

Storm over Korea Part I

On March 26, 2010, the naval vessel “Cheonan” suddenly sank near the informal sea border between North and South Korea. 46 South Korean soldiers followed in the depths. South Korean President Lee Myung Bak has set up an international commission of inquiry. It determined that the ship had been sunk by a North Korean torpedo.… Read More »