Według miesięcznika „Korea Today” północnokoreańskie obcojęzyczna prasa ma 60 lat.
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December 4 this year marks the 60th founding anniversary of The Foreign Language Magazines, DPRK.
On the occasion we extend heartfelt gratitude to our readers.
We began to publish our journal, titled New Korea, in January 1950, hoping to help the readers understand how the Koreans had lived before they got free from the Japanese colonial rule and engaged in building a sovereign independent state, what they were aspiring after and what course they would take in the future.
Later the title changed to Korea Today.
The monthly magazine has so far carried policies the Workers’ Party of Korea set forth in each stage of socialist construction, achievements the Korean people made in their implementation, independent and creative life of the working masses and their happiness as well as the history, geography and culture of Korea.
Also introduced are the struggle of the Koreans and other progressive people for reunifying the nation that has been divided into the north and the south for over 60 years and building a new independent world—in various styles and methods.
Published in Russian alone in the initial years, the monthly is now available in English, Chinese, French, Spanish and Arabic, too.
You can get access to Korea Today on the Naenara site.
We’ll do our best to help you know the realities of Korea where building of a thriving nation is on its height, the efforts of the Korean people for national reunification and the struggle of Koreans and other progressive people around the world for a new, free and peaceful world.