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Read North Korea's Positively Batshit Insane Statement On Its Hydrogen Bomb 

Last night, following reports of unusual seismic activity in the region, the Democratic People’s Republic of North Korea announced it detonated its first hydrogen bomb in an underground test. But when you’re North Korea, you don’t just come out say, “Hey, look what we did.” No, you have to make a deeply bizarre…

North Korea Says It Has Detonated Its First Hydrogen Bomb (Updated)

A 5.1 magnitude quake was detected about 30 miles from North Korea’s Punggye-Ri nuclear test site this evening, indicating a possible underground nuclear detonation. North Korea’s last nuclear test was in 2013 and the detonation resulted in a quake measuring 5.1 magnitude with an estimated weapons yield between six…

Deal Reached To De-Escalate Volatile Situation On The Korean Peninsula

After three weeks of tit for tat action and reaction, a mega-dose of saber rattling, a North Korean deadline to war and three days of emergency high-level negotiations in an abandoned town near the DMZ, the North and South have come to an agreement that will supposedly deescalate the blazing military and political…

North Korea: Turn Off Loudspeakers By 5 P.M. Tomorrow Or Face Military Action

Tensions are extremely high on the Korean Peninsula after the North and the South exchanged artillery fire yesterday. This came as at the top of a crescendo of destabilizing events occurring over the last three weeks, one of which saw South Korea blaring propaganda across the DMZ into North Korea border towns via huge…

North And South Korea Exchange Artillery Fire Along DMZ

There has been an exchange of artillery fire between North and South Korea today along the Demilitarized Zone. A North Korean rocket landed in western province of Gyeonggi, which resulted in a retaliatory barrage of a few dozen South Korean artillery shells. Currently, South Korea is on high alert for another North…

Apparently In North Korea Ejection Seat Doilies Are All The Rage

In some screen grabs obtained by Alert5.com of footage aired on North Korean state television of their Su-25 and MiG-29 pilots in action, it is clear that lace and red velvet headrest covers on ejection seats are “in” this season in Best Korea. Also notable in these photos are what appears to be some pretty…

North Korea Opens Grisly New Museum To Mark Their Korean War 'Victory'

North Korea opened the reconstructed Sinchon Museum yesterday with a huge ceremony marking the 62nd anniversary of the “Korean people’s victory in the Fatherland Liberation War.” Or as we call it, the Korean War. The museum is more a showcase of North Korean propaganda around the so-called Sinchon Massacre than it is…

'Look At My Fancy New Airport Terminal,' Says Noted Despot Kim Jong Un

Pyongyang, capital city of Best Korea, will soon be showing a fresh face to the world with a fancy new airport terminal. Set to open on July 1st, the new Terminal 2 is said to feature a new high speed rail link and motorway to central Pyongyang, as per the exacting specifications of Supreme Leader and famed …

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Here's Kim Jong Un Pretending To Fly A Plane For Some Reason

We know that the boy ruler of the Hermit Kingdom has an affinity towards aviation, as pictures of him as a child in cockpits have surfaced and he is constantly giving 'field guidance' to fighter squadrons. But now, he has taken triumphantly to the skies, appearing to pilot, with some very hands on help, the most…

Kim Jong Un Visits Submarine Base, Maybe Eyeing Sub-Based Nuke Ability

The ‘Young Master’ visited a North Korean Navy submarine base this week to ‘provide guidance’ over military drills. There he inspected a buffet, a WWII tactical table full of toy-like boats, some bunk beds, political education hall and a portion of the Korean People’s Navy archaic fleet of Romeo Class submarines

North Korea's Brand New Ballistic Sub Discontinued by Soviets in 1990

Looks like North Korea's engineers have been hard at work brushing up on their obsolete Soviet-era technology. Because after acquiring 10 discontinued Soviet subs, everyone's favorite little warmongering-dictatorship-that-could has finally rendered the outdated ballistic vessels seaworthy—and it only took them 21…