Nothing's fair in love and war.
An orientation film for American soldiers traveling to Korea in the years after the war.
Based on real events, A Hill in Korea charts the fortunes of a small group of British soldiers serving in the Korean War. Out on a routine patrol, the soldiers find that Chinese troop movements have cut them off from their own lines. They try to fight their way back to safety but with the enemy surrounding them on all sides, the prospects look bleak. Facing almost insurmountable odds, they decide to stand a fight.
The winner of the 2001 International Emmy award for Best Documentary, Welcome to North Korea is a grotesquely surreal look at the all-too-real conditions in modern-day North Korea.
Join National Geographic's Lisa Ling as she captures a rare look inside North Korea - something few Americans have ever been able to do. Posing as an undercover medical coordinator and closely guarded throughout her trip, Lisa moves inside the most isolated nation in the world, encountering a society completely dominated by government and dictatorship. Glimpse life inside North Korea as you've never seen before with personal accounts and powerful footage. Witness first-hand efforts by humanitarians and the challenges they face from the rogue regime.
Reporter for a North Korean news service joins the partisans when the Americans and UN forces invade South Korea.
Apr 25, 1998
Defilada was made on the occasion of the 40th anniversary celebrations of state's founding in North Korea, which the regime intended to use to eclipse the 1988 Summer Olympics taking place that year in Seoul, South Korea. The North Korean regime invited filmmakers from countries then considered friendly (read: Communist), including People's Republic of Poland, which sent a team under Andrzej Fidyk. The documentary is primarily composed of declarative statements, as well as texts of North Korean newspapers and books. There was no author's commentary. Fidyk commented that he and his team were likely “the most disciplined” foreign team of filmmakers in North Korea, as they did not trouble the regime by looking under the surface - they were content with what they were given and asked to do. (Wikipedia)
30 minute long Oscar winning documentary
A ragtag group of American stragglers battles against superior Communist troops in an abandoned Buddhist temple during the Korean War.
This two-hour special reveals the complicated history, extreme politic, and rigid societal standards that have created a legacy of internal oppression and external aggression. As the North Korean people suffered famine, labor camp and public executions, the Kim regime spent three generations relentlessly pursuing nuclear ambitions. They operate as a criminal syndicate, using counterfeit money, drugs and cyber espionage to fund their war machine. Now, with weapons rivaling the world’s superpowers, their aggressive rhetoric has pushed the world to a crisis point.
This documentary takes you through the daily life of North Koreans.
Pantera Concert performed live in Korea. In Memory of Dimebag
2017 (10th) Korea Drama Awards October 2, 2017 in Jinju, Gyungsangnam Province, South Korea The 2017 Korea Drama Awards were held on October 2 to celebrate all Korean dramas that have aired in the past year. The Korea Drama Awards celebrated their 10th anniversary this year, and is a meaningful ceremony that brings together dramas from the big three broadcasting companies (MBC, KBS, SBS), as well as cable channels like JTBC, Channel A, TV Chosun, and MBN.
This Traveltalk entry first visits Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, when the country's name was still Siam. Then it's off to Seoul, South Korea. When the visit was made in the early 1930s, Korea was not yet divided and was a province administered by Japan. The film emphasized the deep influence of Buddhism on the daily life of the peoples in both countries.
A detailed military history of the Korean War and preceding events, from 1945 to 1953.
Dream Concert is undoubtedly an event of epic proportions for kpop fans – with nearly twenty of Korea’s hottest artists performing on one stage in front of an audience that’s 40,000 members strong. This is the SBS broadcast of the concert which took place at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 22nd of May, 2010.
YouTuber Vexxed managed enter the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) to interact with locals, take mass amounts of video and photographs and get them out of the country. This happened during December 2016 and January 2017. This documentary about the travel industry in North Korea has been over 1 year in the making.
In the heart of the most closed and secretive state on Earth sits a university paid for and run by the West, which attempts to open the minds of its pupils.