Laibach has been flirting with totalitarian symbols, and confusing audiences, for decades. Their new album of “Sound of Music” covers is puzzling, too.
Through smugglers and bribes, Kyungah Ham employs embroiderers in the Hermit Kingdom to sew her designs, an extraordinary and risky collaboration.
Travis Jeppesen’s “See You Again in Pyongyang” offers a glimpse into a country little known in the West.
The actor publicly insulted the president at the Tony Awards, where he used profanity on stage, and then at an event in Canada.
The North Korean leader attended a concert by South Korean musicians in Pyongyang on Sunday. After watching one group perform, he called the event a “gift for Pyongyang citizens.”
Musicians played K-pop, Mozart, Josh Groban and other popular hymns. For some in the audience, it was their first time seeing North Koreans.
A ferry will transport a 140-member arts delegation from North to South for the Olympics, after Seoul agreed to suspend a ban on North Korean ships.
During heightened tensions, thousands of young people turned out to a concert near the demilitarized zone.
Mr. Yun, a Korean composer who later lived in West Berlin, explored questions of identity. Events this season will mark the centenary of his birth.