The 60-year-old says he has now 'gotten used' to the hard labour
A US Admiral called the flyover a 'demonstration of the ironclad US commitment to our allies in South Korea'
North Korea’s claim of a fourth nuclear test last week angered both the US and China, which was not given prior notice
Analysts in Seoul say strained ties between the rival countries could continue following the unexpected death of Kim
The world’s last Stalinist state shows no sign of changing its strange, dangerous ways
The UN Security Council promised to pursue new sanctions against the isolated country
Kim Jong-un’s regime could be more 'rational and predictable' than the alternative, expert claims
'Of all the barren, post-nuclear, wastelands I have visited this was by far the best,' one commenter wrote
North Korea has announced that it has tested a hydrogen bomb for the first time. It has run nuclear tests in the past — but the international reaction has been much more panicked this time than before.
“This North Korea news is not good for the market,” a Bank of Korea official said
How North Korea's state broadcasters broke the news of their reported hydrogen bomb test to its citizens
State Department spokesman says: 'We have consistently made clear that we will not accept [North Korea] as a nuclear state'
US Geological Survey reports a 5.1 magnitude quake 30 miles from the site where North Korea carries out nuclear tests
'If invasive outsiders and provocateurs touch us even slightly, we will not be forgiving in the least'
Kim Yang-gon was responsible for the country’s relationship with South Korea
3. The world's largest stadium is in North Korea's capital, Pyongyang - it can seat 150,000