Hong Yong-Jo
Hong Yong-Jo (Chosŏn'gŭl: 홍영조; hancha: 洪映早; born 22 May 1982) is a North Korean international football striker, currently playing for 25 April FC in the DPR Korea League. He previously pla...
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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...
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 ...
Song Hye-rim
Song Hye-rim (Chosŏn'gŭl: 성혜림; 24 January 1937 – 18 May 2002) was a North Korean actress, best known for being the one-time favored mistress of Kim Jong-il.
Song was born in Changn...
Hong (Korean name)
Hong is the common English spelling of 홍, in Korean and Chinese it means "wide" or "big".
As with all Korean family names, the holders of the Hong surname are divided into different patrilineal cl...
Choi (Korean name)
Choi (Korean: 최, Chinese: 崔) is a common Korean family name. In English speaking countries, it is most often anglicized Choi, and sometimes also Choe. Ethnic Koreans in the former USSR pre...
Choe Myong-Ho
Choe Myong-ho (Chosŏn'gŭl: 최명호; born 3 July 1988 in Pyongyang) is a North Korean footballer, who currently plays for Pyongyang City Sports Group.
Choe was one of the first native North Koreans to ...
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North Koreans in Russia
North Koreans in Russia consist mainly of three groups: international students, guest workers, and defectors and refugees. A 2006 study by Kyung Hee University estimated their total population at roug...