NORTH KOREA

The VICE Guide to Right Now

You Can Now Hike Along the World’s Most Heavily-Armed Border

The demilitarised zone separating North and South Korea has been opened to civilians for the very first time. And it's crawling with rare and endangered wildlife.
Gavin Butler
5.1.19
NORTH KOREA

Kim Jong Un and Putin Are About to Take Their Relationship to the Next Level

The two world leaders could have their first meeting as early as next week.
David Gilbert
4.17.19
Vice Guide to Right Now

North Korea Just Held Another Sham Election

Every five years the same party wins 100 percent of the vote.
Edoardo Liotta
3.12.19
Hanoi summit

The Trump-Kim Lovefest Is Back in Action

Donald Trump rekindled his love affair with Kim Jong Un during their second in-person meeting on Wednesday.
David Gilbert
2.27.19
Art

North Korean Defector Artist Sun Mu’s Lost Utopias

The former propaganda artist for the DPRK regime now lives in South Korea, after swimming to freedom in the 1990s.
Lucy Tiven
2.26.19
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Crystal Meth Is the Hottest Gift in North Korea This Lunar New Year

Illegal drugs are a popular present when it comes to birthdays, graduations, and holidays in North Korea.
Gavin Butler
2.13.19
NORTH KOREA

South Korea Supplied Oil to North Korea and Didn’t Tell Anyone

The revelation comes amid a standstill on denuclearization talks between Washington and Pyongyang.
David Gilbert
1.26.19
Tinder

I Went On a Tinder Date to North Korea

It wasn't the worst Tinder date I've ever been on.
Nyima Pratten
1.25.19
Hacking

Hackers Just Stole the Names and Addresses of 1,000 North Korean Defectors

The defectors are living in exile in South Korea, but many still have families still in the north.
Paul Vale
12.29.18
adventure

There’s Never Been a Better Time to Visit North Korea

2018 has been a landmark year. So is the 'hermit kingdom' finally opening up?
Tristan Kennedy
12.27.18
adventure

Inside North Korea’s Mass Games: The Strangest Show on Earth

The DPRK wants you to know that they come in peace
Tristan Kennedy
12.17.18
Australia Today

Mysterious Boats Full of Corpses Keep Washing Up in Japan

It's believed the so-called "ghost ships" are coming from North Korea.
Gavin Butler
11.13.18
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