Information about the North Korean way of life, from a South Korean perspective.
Official site of the Korean Friendship Association, offering brief information about North Korean society and culture. Other language versions of the site are available.
A 1997 discussion on famine in North Korea and links to related interviews from the PBS news program The NewsHour.
Articles and links to Web sites about contemporary North Korean society and politics, relations with Russia and Australia, and Soviet Koreans.
Journalist Ron Gluckman reports on slices of life in North Korea: the 1966 soccer squad that nearly reached the World Cup finals, a museum of lavish birthday gifts to former leader Kim Il Sung, stories of defectors, a train trip to Pyongyang, a visit to the DMZ, Pyongyang's only disco, the state film studio and North Korea's version of the Internet.
China-based Web site devoted to information on North Korea. Includes forum. In English and Chinese.
Posts and correspondence about the Korean Friendship Association (KFA)
North Korea is one of the world's most authoritarian and secretive nations, with an economy in dire straits after decades of mismanagement.
Journalist Aidan Foster-Carter writes this commentary on North Korean society, politics and events as a regular column for the Asia Times.
Collection of Web links relating to life, culture and the arts in North Korea.