Juche Ideology. The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea is guided in its activities by the Juche idea authored by President Kim Il Sung. The Juche idea. Juche Ideology was developed by Hwang Jang-yeop, the leading theorist of North Korea who. The Juche ideology emphasizes North Korea’s political, economic, and military self-reliance. It became the state ideology and sole guiding.

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Nov 10, Roundtable and Event SummariesRoundtables 0 comments. These roundtable discussions are held under the Chatham House Rule.

Roundtable Summary: North Korea and the Juche Ideology

Every visit is carefully constructed to produce a specific impression…all accounts of the DPRK are suspect. In service of this objective, Sven Jurschewsky visited North Korea 19 times in China supported the mission with extraordinary help and the DPRK allowed surprisingly wide access, far beyond the norm. Korea suffered severely during the Japanese colonial period: Japanese policy went beyond economic exploitation and aimed at cultural genocide.

The historic juvhe was further reinforced by the extensive depredations of the Korean War, and the DPRK can now be fairly said to verge on paranoia. North Korean, of course.

They were so poor, they only muche an apple to eat and they had no clothes at all. But they believed they were in paradise. To facilitate his eventual accession to ideilogy and to establish a superior juceh of social control, Kim Jong, Il together with his university philosophy professor, Hwang Jang Op, re-fashioned Juche. North Koreans are led to believe that the deprivations of the present amount to spiritual preparation for the construction of paradise on earth.


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The perfect state of mind, the expression of complete freedom, is cha ju son … when one thinks what the Great Leader is thinking when he is thinking it. Visitors to North Korea have their memories against which to measure their experiences.

Considering Western ideals of individualism, the West has a poor understanding of the unity of mind that Juche seeks to inspire in North Koreans and which, to a very significant measure, it succeeds in accomplishing. The KPA can be seen as consisting of two parts: The real expenditures are probably much higher. In a time of severe economic crisis and actual threat from the US, it took Kim Jong Il three years to achieve the titles and powers of his father.

Kim Il Sung, after he died in The make-up of the National Defense Committee, which replaced the Politburo as the most senior governmental organ, reflects the deal Kim Jong Il was required to strike.

Under the auspices of the so-called Army-First policy, the influence of the KPA has huche expanded since. It now holds a preponderance of seats in a significantly expanded NDC.


By contrast, Kim Jong Un idrology accorded all titles and privileges in only a month. Since China has promoted investment in North Korea as means of introducing new ideas and setting the stage for wider reform. Isolated mining towns are a poor platform for introducing new ideas toward effecting political and economic reform.

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North Koreans fear and hate foreigners. Inwalks taken alone by visitors in Pyongyang were not advisable. Bywalks in public were possible. Informal out-reach by the large number of resident NGO workers, especially from the World Food Program, has resulted in modest, though significant, changes in public attitudes. The evidence is slight but the indication is that North Koreans can be changed.

There is a signboard one often ideollogy in Pyongyang and in the rest of the country whose message provides ample grounds for more concerted and effective diplomatic effort on behalf of stabilization and reform. She is currently working towards her BA Honours in English with a strong interest in politics, defence and human rights. Your email address will not be published. Submit a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.

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