North Korea After Kim Il Sung

... 38 ; political order based on , 81 mourning period following death of , 5 ; visits
to China by , 55 Kim Il Sung University ... on Soviet Union collapse , 7 – 8 Kim
Kyung - woong , 141 Kim Soo Yong , 85 Kim Tại Hyun , 86 Kim Yong Nam , 5 Kim

Author: Thomas H. Henriksen

Publisher: Hoover Inst Press Publication

ISBN: 9780817994624

Category: History

Page: 179

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A distinguished group of international scholars debates the state of change or continuity in North Korea's post-Kim II Sung regime shedding light on one of the world's most closed societies, its potential to adapt to post-cold war realities, and the prospects for a peaceful and stable Korean peninsula.

Kim Jong Il s North Korea

Kim Jong Il has a reputation for his extremely expensive tastes. Even while his
people have battled malnutrition and famine, Kim dines on some of the finest
food in the world. Kim has sent his personal chefs on missions to buy specialty
foods ...

Author: Alison Behnke

Publisher: Twenty-First Century Books

ISBN: 0822572826

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 160

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Describes Kim Jong Il's rise to power in North Korea and how his strict policies have contributed to devastating famine, the slaughter of many North Koreans, and the isolation of North Korea from the world.

Kim Young Sub Kunchook Moonwha Architects Associates

Selected and Current Works Kim Young-Sub Fiona Gruber. and weakening. This
independence feels totally normal in the West and in Japanese society, where
architects are supposed to establish themselves independently, but in Korea the

Author: Kim Young-Sub

Publisher: Images Publishing

ISBN: 9781920744014

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 256

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Kim Young-Sub + Kunchook-Moonhwa Architect Associates have been involved in the construction of some of the most significant religious centres in Korea. The work is outstanding and goes from creating superb places of worship for various denominations to

Kim Whanki

a critical biography Kwang-su O, Whanki Kim. New York City. Shows 20 oil
paintings and 5 oil-on-paper paintings. 1969 Participates in the exhibition, "Asian
Artists in the United States" in Dallas, Texas. 1970 Takes part in the Korean Art
Grand ...

Author: Kwang-su O

Publisher: 열화당


Category: Painters

Page: 159

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The fabulous news made Kim ' s heart leap with joy . He didn ' t really believe he
was finished with school until Mahbub came and took him to the house of a
strange woman named Huneefa . Some people said Huneefa was a witch .

Author: Rudyard Kipling

Publisher: EDCON Publishing Group

ISBN: 9780931334696

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 72

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An abridged version of the story complete with vocabulary and comprehension checks for beginning readers.

In the Matter of Representative Jay Kim

213 Representative Kim did not report the $ 30,000 received from Dobum Kim in
January 1994 on his FDS for 1994.214 Consequently , the Investigative
Subcommittee found substantial reason to believe that Representative Kim
violated the ...

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Standards of Official Conduct



Category: Political corruption

Page: 850

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Kim Jong il s Leadership of North Korea

Kim Chóng-min, 2, 27, 28 Kim Chóng-nam, 100, 101 Kim Chóng-suk, 10, 11, 13,
19–22, 23, 44, 51, 57, 89,90; County, 22, 43 Kim Chóng-t'ae, 49 Kim Chóng-un,
101 Kim Chung-nin, 72 Kim Dae Jung, 2, 117, 118, 159, 161, 165, 166, 172; ...

Author: Jae-Cheon Lim

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 113401712X

Category: Political Science

Page: 240

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Kim Jong Il came to power after the death of his father Kim Il Sung in 1994. Contrary to expectations, he has succeeded in maintaining enough political stability to remain in power. Kim Jong Il's Leadership of North Korea is an examination of how political power has been developed, transmitted from father to son, and now operates in North Korea Using a variety of original North Korean sources as well as South Korean materials Jae-Cheon Lim pieces together the ostensibly contradictory and inconsistent facts into a conceptual coherent framework. This book considers Kim and his leadership through an analytical framework. composed of four main elements: i) Kim as a leader of a totalitarian society; ii) as a politician; iii) as a Korean; and iv) as an individual person. This illuminating account of what constitutes power and how it is used makes an important contribution to the understanding of an opaque and difficult regime. It will be of interest for upper level undergraduate, postgraduates and academics interested in North Korean politics, and also those in Political theory.

Kim Adams

exhibitions held at The Power Plant, March 13-April 26, 1992, and Oakville
Galleries, July 4-September 13, 1992 Louise Dompierre, Kim Adams, Marnie
Lynn Fleming, Power Plant (Art gallery), Oakville Galleries.

Author: Kim Adams

Publisher: Mitchell Beazley


Category: Art, Modern

Page: 16

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Using HO models, Adams recreates miniaturized landscapes of toys and people who mimic the everyday world of work and play.

A History of Korea

The first detailed overview of Korean history in nearly a quarter century, this volume will enlighten a new generation of students eager to understand this contested region of Asia.

Author: Jinwung Kim

Publisher: Indiana University Press

ISBN: 0253000246

Category: History

Page: 684

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Contemporary North and South Korea are nations of radical contrasts: one a bellicose totalitarian state with a failing economy; the other a peaceful democracy with a strong economy. Yet their people share a common history that extends back more than 3,000 years. In this comprehensive new history of Korea from the prehistoric era to the present day, Jinwung Kim recounts the rich and fascinating story of the political, social, cultural, economic, and diplomatic developments in Korea's long march to the present. He provides a detailed account of the origins of the Korean people and language and the founding of the first walled-town states, along with the advanced civilization that existed in the ancient land of "Unified Silla." Clarifying the often complex history of the Three Kingdoms Period, Kim chronicles the five-century long history of the Choson dynasty, which left a deep impression on Korean culture. From the beginning, China has loomed large in the history of Korea, from the earliest times when the tribes that would eventually make up the Korean nation roamed the vast plains of Manchuria and against whom Korea would soon define itself. Japan, too, has played an important role in Korean history, particularly in the 20th century; Kim tells this story as well, including the conflicts that led to the current divided state. The first detailed overview of Korean history in nearly a quarter century, this volume will enlighten a new generation of students eager to understand this contested region of Asia.

Bulletin of the Korean Chemical Society

... Woo Jeong , 1336 Kwon , Young - Uk , 1341 L Kim , Myung Chul , 423 Kim ,
Nam Hoon , 1889 Kim , Nam - Sun , 271 Kim , Ran - Hee , 1119 Kim , S . J . , 21
Kim , Sang - Eun , 1361 Kim , Sang - Han , 754 Kim , Sang - Kyoon , 687 Kim ,
Sang ...




Category: Chemistry


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KIM , Chul Sung ( 8 ) 4897 KIM , Chun - Duck ( SB ) 3652 , 3815 Kim , Dae Wook
( 5A ) 3180 Kim , Deuk Young ( 9A ) 5304 Kim , Do - Heyoung ( 1 ) 265 Kim ,
Dong Joon ( 3A ) 1214 Kim , Dong - Joon ( 5A ) 3085 KIM , Eun Kyu ( 44 ) 2146
Kim ...




Category: Engineering


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Japanese Journal of Applied Physics

KIHARA, Nobuhiro (2B) 1258 KIKUKAWA, Takashi (1A) 136; (2B) 1370 KIM,
Ansoon (3B) 2148 KIM, Bumjoon (2A) 774 KIM, Byoung Yun (1B) 421 KIM,
Chaeho (1B) 513 KIM. Do Hwan (3B) 2148 KIM, Do-Kyun (1B) 509 KIM, Dong-
Min (3B) ...




Category: Physics


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Although considered a landmark of Korean literature, Azaleas speaks to readers from all cultures. An essay by Sowol's mentor, the poet Kim Ok, concludes the collection and provides vital insight into Sowol's work and life.

Author: Kim Sowol

Publisher: Columbia University Press

ISBN: 023113973X

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 200

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Available for the first time in English, Azaleas is a captivating collection of poems by a master of the early Korean modernist style. Published in 1925, Azaleas is the only collection Kim Sowol (1902-1934) produced during his brief life, yet he remains one of Korea's most beloved and well-known poets. His work is a delightful and sophisticated blend of the images, tonalities, and rhythms of traditional Korean folk songs with surprisingly modern forms and themes. Sowol is also known for his unique and sometimes unsettling perspective, expressed through loneliness, longing, and a creative use of dream imagery-a reflection of Sowol's engagement with French Symbolist poetry. Azaleas recounts the journey of a young Korean as he travels from the northern P'yongyang area near to the cosmopolitan capital of Seoul. Told through an array of voices, the poems describe the young man's actions as he leaves home, his experiences as a student and writer in Seoul, and his return north. Although considered a landmark of Korean literature, Azaleas speaks to readers from all cultures. An essay by Sowol's mentor, the poet Kim Ok, concludes the collection and provides vital insight into Sowol's work and life. This elegant translation by David R. McCann, an expert on modern Korean poetry, maintains the immediacy and richness of Sowol's work and shares with English-language readers the quiet beauty of a poet who continues to cast a powerful spell on generations of Korean readers.

Daily Report

PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC ( continued ) Kim Chong - II Jul 26 94 50 Letter Refers To
Kim Chong - 11 As Great Leader Jul 26 94 50-51 People Continue to Vow
Loyalty To ...




Category: Daily report


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