Democratic people of Korea


The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea was founded on 9 September 1948. During these 71 years, it has been turned from a backward colonial agrarian country into a dignified, powerful socialist country, drawing great attention of the international community. Its features can be seen from various angles. The DPRK is recognized as a “country of independence” and a “country of principle” in the world political circles.
It neither dances to the tune of others nor yields to any power and outside forces in the international arena, but says what it has to say. It also conducts state building and activities independently and in conformity with its actual conditions. In the closing years of the previous century when socialist systems in the East European countries collapsed one after another and confidence in socialism was on the wane across the world, the DPRK, maintaining its principles, followed the road to socialism without vacillation. The country’s politics of independence owes much to President Kim Il Sung (1912-1994) who founded the country.
Leading the country for a long time, he had been praised as a world veteran statesman representing the 20th Century, a renowned state leader. The smaller a country is, the stronger it should be in the sense of national pride, and if a country is servile to any big power, the nation would go to ruin – this was his motto. The Korean people are upholding Kim Il Sung as their eternal leader, who laid down a lasting foundation for an independent, powerful country and brought about the wellbeing of modern Korea. A country of unity the high level of unity of all the people is the most remarkable feature that distinguishes the DPRK from other countries.
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