Paek Hak-rim
Paek Hak-rim (1918 - October 5, 2006) was the Deputy Director of the North Korean Ministry of Public Security. He occupied a number of high-ranking positions, including serving from 1998 to 2003 on t...
Kim Il (politician)
Kim Il (March 20, 1910 Hambyong Province – March 9, 1984) was a North Korean politician. He was Prime Minister from 28 December 1972 to 29 April 1976.According to KCNA, Kim Il joined the underground ...
Choe Yong-rim
Choe Yong-rim (KCNA: Choe Yong Rim, Korean: 최영림, born 20 November 1930) was the Premier (naegak ch’ongri, 내각 총리) of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (commonly known as North Korea) from June ...
Choi Bu Il
General Choe Pu-il, also known as Choi Bu-il, is the current head of North Korea's Ministry of People's Security. He was appointed to the position in February 2013 by Kim Jong-un.
Kang Song-san
Kang Song-san (3 March 1931 – 2007) was a North Korean politician who served as Premier of North Korea from 1984 to 1986 and again from 1992 to 1997. He succeeded Li Jong-ok in his first term an...
Kang Ryang-uk
Kang Ryang-uk (강량욱, 1904–1983), also spelled Kang Lyanguk, was a North Korean Protestant Minister and Chairman of the Christian Federation of Korea during the 1950s.Kang was the maternal uncle o...
Choe Su-hon
Choe Su-hon (also Choe Soo-heon) was the vice foreign minister of North Korea who dealt principally with the DPRK's relations with the European Union. He was replaced in this role in 2005 by Kung Sok...
Ri Myong-su
General Ri Myong-su (born 1937 in Myongchon, North Hamgyong) is the former North Korean head of the Ministry of People’s Security.Ri was a confidant and military aide of the former North Korean leader...
Choi Kwang
Marshal Choe Kwang (July 17, 1918 – February 21, 1997) was a prominent military leader in North Korea. He was Chief of the General Staff of the Korean People's Army. He was also the Minister of People...
Hong Song-nam
Hong Song-nam (2 October 1929 – 31 March 2009) was the Premier of North Korea from 1997 to 2003. He succeeded Kang Song-san. Born in Kangwon Province, he graduated from the Kim Il-sung University and ...
Choe Thae-bok
Choe Thae-bok (1 December 1930) is a North Korean politician. He is a member of the Politburo and the Secretariat of the Workers' Party of Korea, and has been chairman of the Supreme People's Assembly...
Park (Korean name)
Park is a notable Korean surname, traditionally founded by King Hyeokgeose (혁거세) and theoretically inclusive of all his descendants. In Chinese characters (Hanja), it was written as 朴; in Hangul, ...
Park (Korean name) - Wikipedia
Pae Tal-jun
Pae Tal-jun (born 1936) is a high-ranking North Korean politician and bureaucrat. He currently serves as Minister of State Construction Control and as Chairman of the Central Committee of the Korean ...
List of Premiers of North Korea
The following is a list of Premiers of North Korea since its founding in 1948.Multiple terms in office, consecutive or otherwise, are listed and counted in the first column (administration number) and...
List of Premiers of North Korea - Wikipedia
Kim Yong-il
Kim Yong-il (born 2 May 1944) was the Premier of North Korea from April 2007 to 7 June 2010. He was elected as Premier by the 5th session of the 11th Supreme People's Assembly (SPA) in April 2007, rep...
Kim Yong-nam
Kim Yong-nam (born 4 February 1928) is the Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly of North Korea, a position he has held since 1998. Previously he served as Minister of Foreign Aff...
Li Jong-ok
Li Jong-ok (1916-1999) was the Premier of North Korea from 1977 to 1984. He succeeded Park Sung-chul.
Li Jong-ok - Wikipedia
Pak Nam-gi
Pak Nam-gi or Park Nam-ki (21 February 1934 – 17 March 2010) was, until as late as January 2010, Director of the Planning and Finance Department of the ruling party of North Korea. There are doubts ab...
Kim Wan-su
Kim Wan-su (born May 1939) is the Vice Chairman of the Supreme People’s Assembly (SPA) of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK, North Korea). He was demoted from his positions as President ...
Kim Dal-hyon
Kim Dal-hyon (1941–2000) was a North Korean politician who was deputy prime minister of the economy. As a technocrat, he is known for his work on the Tumen River project. The project was a limited exp...
Pak Song-chol
Pak Song-chol or Park Sung-chul (September 2, 1913 – October 28, 2008) was the Premier of North Korea from 1976 to 1977. He succeeded Kim Il. He also served as foreign minister from 1959 to 1970...
Pak Song-chol - Wikipedia
Paek Nam-sun
Paek Nam-sun (March 13, 1929 – January 2, 2007) was the North Korean Minister of Foreign Affairs from 1998 until his death. He was one of the few North Koreans to frequently be in the internati...
Pak Pong-ju
Pak Pong-ju (born October 24, 1939) is the current Premier of North Korea, serving in that office since April 2013. He served a previous term from September 3, 2003 until April 11, 2007.Pak began his ...
Pak Pong-ju - Wikipedia
O Chin-u
Marshal O Jin-u (March 8, 1917 – February 25, 1995) was a soldier and politician of North Korea. He was the Minister of Armed Forces for many years until his death in February 1995. O was the third mo...
Kim Chaek
Kim Chaek (Hangul: 김책, Hanja: 金策, 14 August 1903 – 31 January 1951) was a North Korean general and politician.Born in Sŏngjin, Kim joined the guerrilla war against the Japanese occupation in 1927 and ...
Kim Chaek - Wikipedia
Pak Ui-chun
Pak Ui-Chun (born 1932) is a North Korean diplomat and politician. He was the Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea and was replaced by Ri Su-yong following the 201...
Li Gun-mo
Ri Gun-mo (born 5 April 1926) is a North Korean politician (CND). He was Prime Minister from 29 December 1986 to 12 December 1988, when he was replaced, reportedly due to poor health. He succeeded Kan...