Musical interval from Korean Central Television
The Korea Central Zoo, also referred to as the Pyongyang Central Zoo, is the national zoo of the DPRK. It is located near Mt. Taesong in suburban Pyongyang. The zoo has over 5,000 animals, comprising a total of 650 species, and covers an area of roughly one square kilometre. It was established in April 1959 at the instruction of the Great Leader Comrade Kim Il Sung.
Synchronised swimming display in celebration of the February 16 holiday, birthday of the Great Leader Comrade Kim Jong Il.
Report from DPRK state radio on a visit to the Korean Revolution Museum.
Performed by Ri Kyong Suk of the Pochonbo Electronic Ensemble
Theme song from a DPRK film of the early 1990s about an urban worker from a fashion design house who takes part in voluntary labour in the countryside and falls in love with a farmer, finally deciding that her future lies in building a socialist countryside.
A selection of songs by the Pochonbo Electronic Ensemble of the DPRK.
1. Soldiers Sing of Our Supreme Commander
2. Footsteps of Soldiers
3. They'll Tell About the Soldier's Love
A popular song that's often played on DPRK radio.
Broadcast on Korean Central Television on March 24, 2009
Song glorifying the Workers' Party of Korea and Great General Kim Jong Il. Broadcast as an interval on Korean Central Television on March 4, 2009 between the report on Comrade Kim Jong Il's guidance in Samjiyon and the news.
Song from the early 90s about the Korean people's resolve to defend socialism. This song was released shortly after the betrayal of socialism in the former Soviet Union by the traitor Gorbachev.
Song from a DPRK comedy film made in the early 1990s.
Opening sequence from DPRK TV news.
Preview of a drama series on Korean Central Television
Report on Comrade Kim Jong Il giving on-the-spot guidance to the newly built swimming complex at Kim Il Sung University. Broadcast on Korean Central Television at 2300 hours Pyongyang time on March 20, 2009.
Broadcast on Korean Central Television news on March 23, 2009.