- a Korean from North Korea
- of or relating to or characteristic of North Korea or its people or their culture
How To Use North Korean In A Sentence
- On June twenty-fifth, nineteen-fifty, North Korean soldiers crossed the thirty-eighth parallel.
- I think that the North Korean system will collapse at some point.
- Tokyo yesterday announced planes to develop its first spy satellite in response to the North Korean missile threat.
- McCormack said ending the North Korean nuclear program, which included a weapons test in 2006, is a "compelling" U.S. national security interest.
- North Korean leader Kim Jong Il told Russia's Itar-Tass news agency last week six-way talks should resume without preconditions.
- BOLTON: The North Korean population has been losing average height and weight over the years and maybe this will be a little diet for Kim Jung Il. ROTH: Bolton does get some praise. CNN Transcript Nov 14, 2006
- Maazel and the orchestra opened the performance by playing the North Korean national anthem, the "Patriotic Song," followed by the American national anthem, "The Star-Spangled Banner.
- Adding to the complexity is a new alliance between China and Iran, a secret one between China and the Taliban, the attempted defection of a North Korean spy to the West and the usual moles on each side. Robert Kaplan on ‘The Ghost War’ « Isegoria
- There's no evidence at this point that the Bush administration is prepared to get into the kind of nitty-gritty give - and-take wheeling-and-dealing negotiating that the North Koreans have repeatedly signaled they would be interested in if they were to put their missile nuclear programs on the table. CNN Transcript Jul 15, 2006
- And they got the point-blank answer from the North Koreans that, yes, they were and, in effect, what does the U.S. want to do about it?