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Web address
Commercial? No
Type of site
Web portal
Registration None
Available in English, Korean, French, Spanish, Russian, German, Chinese, Japanese and Arabic[1]
Owner Korea Computer Center[1]
Created by Foreign Languages Publishing House
Alexa rank
10,225,633 (Global, January 2015)
Current status Online
Hangul 내나라
Hanja none
Revised Romanization naenara
McCune–Reischauer naenara

Naenara (literally "my country" in Korean)[1] is the official web portal of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK). The portal's categories include politics, tourism, music, foreign trade, arts, press, IT Industries, history, and "Korea is One".

The website carries publications such as The Pyongyang Times, Korea magazine, Korea Today magazine and Foreign Trade magazine along with Korean Central News Agency news.[1]

South Korean users' access to the site has been blocked by South Korean authorities since 2011[2] and as of 17 July 2014 the website remains blocked.[3]

See also


  1. ^ a b c d "Naenara".  
  2. ^ Martyn Williams (January 14, 2011). "South Korea steps up blocking of DPRK sites".  
  3. ^ "The North Korean Website List".  

External links

  • - Official Website
  • North Korea's baby steps for the Internet at
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