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Packed with a diverse selection of pictures that capture the nuance of daily life in the DPRK, the calendar is a photographic reminder that there is more to North Korea than propaganda, nuclear weapons, and military parades. Up-to-date photos taken on a special NK News commission between 2014-2015.

Daily life in the DPRK, as captured by NK News

Large size, deluxe finish

At 12" x 12", this year the calendar is the perfect size for your wall. And printed on 100gsm matte finish ultra-deluxe paper, the calendar's robust finish makes it both high quality and durable. Calendar comes shrink-wrapped and complete with hole for wall-hanging.

Support independent coverage of North Korea

By purchasing an NK News Calendar you'll be supporting continued independent news coverage on North Korea. Every cent of profit goes toward more reporting, refugee columns and in-depth investigation on the DPRK.

100% Propaganda free

We know you don't want portraits of North Korean leaders on your wall, so rest assured in knowing that the North Korea Wall calendar is 100% propaganda free. And know that not a single cent from your purchase goes towards the North Korean government.

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Introducing the 2016 NK Wall Calendar

January

Snow covers a relief at the Mansudae Grand Monument in Pyongyang, on the anniversary of the death of Kim Jong Il

February

A soldier transports a bicycle and supplies across the Yalu river, near Dandong, the natural border seperating North Korea from neighboring China

March

A metro dispatcher readies a train for departure at Puhang Station in Pyongyang

April

A teacher looks over children at a kindergarten at a cooperative farm near Sinchon

May

Two ajossi (older men, or "uncles") dressed in typical North Korean fashion sit on a bench in downtown Pyongyang clasping small bunches of flowers

June

North Korean women stand in uniform position along the side of a road in downtown Pyongyang to watch a parade, showing off a range of brightly colored heels

July

The sun sets over Pyongyang, with the 105-floor Ryugyong hotel clearly visible on the skyline

August

A child walks past a military propaganda in Pyongyang

September

An ajumma (Older woman) carries a small bale of hay down a hill on a warm September evening, while a man loads an ox and cart further up

October

Boys prepare for a major parade and torch performance in Pyongyang's Kim Il Sung Square, to commemorate the October 10 anniversary of the founding of the Workers' Party of Korea

November

A young guard stands in the cold at the Pyohon Buddhist Temple, located near Mount Myohyang, where a large museum showcasing tributes to the Kim family can be found

December

A border patrolman stands with his guard dog in a snowy area along the frontier, north of Dandong

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Hurry, because this year we're keeping the print-run limited to a sharply reduced quantity: just 500 calendars. Why? We want this year's to be extra special. With over 10,000 NK News subscribers, make sure you order quickly to avoid disappointment.

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Made by NK News, the 2016 wall calendar is designed to help you follow events in the DPRK next year

KoreaBANG Offer: Get $15 off the calendar!

By using voucher code "koreabang" you'll get $10 off your calendar upon checkout! That's on top of an existing discount of $5!

Hurry, because this year we're keeping the print-run limited to a sharply reduced quantity: just 500 calendars. Why? We want this year's to be extra special. With over 10,000 NK News subscribers, make sure you order quickly to avoid disappointment.

Use 'koreabang' voucher code to save $15 now!