This morning the news broke that South Korea had agreed to send a 160 member group including pop singers Lee Sun-hee, Cho Yong-pil and girl group Red Velvet, to North Korea to perform several concerts from late March to early April (31st-3rd). The announcement is the latest in a series of ... » Learn More about Easter Surprise: K-Pop Groups to Visit North Korea during our Easter Delegation Tour
For the first time since 2015, North Korea have announced the Arirang Mass Games will be held this Autumn. The move signals yet a further turn away from confrontation and a single North Korea is seeking peace. As tensions thaw, there has never been a more perfect timing to witness one of the most ... » Learn More about The Return of the Arirang Mass Games: But just what are they all about?
This summer we are providing unprecedented opportunities to not only discover the world's most secretive country at a unique and analytical depth, but also for you to study there well. Our two recently announced programs, the Hamgyong Summer Study Program and the Kim Chol Ju University Program, ... » Learn More about Discover a different world: Visit North Korea’s Summer Study Extravaganza
On both sides of the DMZ, Korean food is known for its emphasis on spice. Although the two countries differ hugely in daily diet, they are united by this common theme and tradition. It often poses a unique, but positive challenge for westerners who try it for the first time. Travelling to North ... » Learn More about Food for thought: What do tourists eat in North Korea?
Mirae Scientist's Street was opened at the end of 2015. Its eccentric, retro-futuristic style of architecture has captured the imagination of spectators to Pyongyang. Iconized by the atom themed residential tower at the top of the street, the complex become a prominent feature of the city's ... » Learn More about Back to the future: A walk down Mirae Scientist’s Street, but what does it mean?