North Korea (Korean: 북한 or 조선) is a nation situated in East Asia, occupying the northern half of the Korean Peninsula. Its capital city, Pyongyang, lies in the north of the country, in the region called Pyongan. North Korea was added to the New World on 12 May 2009 and is thus the newest and most exciting nation in Asia, offering limitless opportunities for those who choose to settle on the wild frontiers of eRepublik. North Korea borders China to the Northwest, Russia to the Northeast, South Korea to the South and Japan across the sea to the east
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The original territory of North Korea is composed of several regions:
Chagang (occupied by ), Hamgyong (occupied by ), Hwangae (occupied by ), Kangwon (occupied by ), Pyongan (occupied by ), and Ryanggang.
Its current territories are listed below:
Since no real-life North Koreans have access to Erepublik (the Internet is banned in the country), the population of its virtual counterpart is mainly made up of American, European, South Koreans and Chinese citizens.
The main language in North Korea is English with most newspaper articles being written in these languages. The main working language of the current government is also English, but recently many Chinese have taken leadership making Chinese co-official language.
- Last update: 12 April 2016
The current government of North Korea includes the following government offices and office holders:
|Government Office||Current Officeholder|
|President of North Korea||aeaeflower|
|Vice President of North Korea||MeiFawAn|
|Minister of Defense||none|
|Minister of Health&Human Services||none|
|Minister of Education||none|
|Minister of Foreign Affairs||MeiFawAn|
Current North Korean political parties
|Logo||Party Name||Initials||Orientation||Ideology||Party President||Members||Congressmen|
|Worker's Party of North Korea||WPNK||Far-left||Totalitarian||zwsugar||33||6|
|Cipher Lead the Way||CLW||Center||Anarchist||Zlatan_Tu||20||1|
|NK SIMIDA PARTY||NKSP||Far-left||Authoritarian||bullseye_0718||19||1|
|Simida Liberty Party||SIMIDA||Center||Libertarian||Kriny||17||1|
|North Korean Democratic Party||NKDP||Far-Right||Authoritarian||12||0|
Last update: June 21st 2012
Congress Elections in North Korea
Involvement in PEACE's Invasion of North America
North Korea got involved in the PEACE invasion of North America by attacking Far Eastern Russia on July 21 2009 in an attempt to block Russia from attacking North America.
Russia and her allies launched a counter strike into Hamgyong, which was conquered on July 25. Russia marched through Kangwon on July 26 and then took Hwangae the day after. Hwangae housed North Korea's only Q5 Hospital and so the vast majority of North Koreans resided there, when Hwangae fell on July 27 complete occupation was inevitable.
On July 30 2010 Russia attacked the final three North Korean regions, Chagang, Pyongan and Ryanggang. They were conquered the next day, ending North Korea's presence in the New World.
Soon after China attacked Russia and returned most of the regions to North Korea. And from then onwards became the Golden Age of North Korea. But in February 2011 there was some instability and Japan invaded North Korea, after the Congress chose Japan as Natural Enemy. And the country was erased from the World Map. But soon in March 2011 our President negotiated the return of two our regions - Ryanggang and Pyongan.
Invasion by China
For sometime North Korea has been invaded by China. The citizens of North Korea have been trying very hard to win regions back. The stronger country, China, has almost always prevailed. There have been many peace talks, but they all came out to the same thing: We'll keep your regions as long as we want to, because there is nothing you can do to stop us. This has continued through out 2012 with no end in sight so far.
North Korea is currently at war with:
Open wars on date: April 26th 2011
North Korea has signed a MPP:
- North Korean Daily News is North Korea's premier provider of all political news.
- The Voice of Dear Leader is North Korea's state-run newspaper, ran by the ministry of information.
|Regions of North Korea|
Current Countries - Conquered Countries