The Arch of Reunification with South Korea was demolished in the DPRK. Photo
In the DPRK (North Korea), an arch symbolizing reunification with South Korea was destroyed.
Thus, NK News published satellite images of the American company Planet Labs, taken on January 23, which show that the Arch of Reunification is no longer there. In the photos dated January 19, the monument is still in place.
The monument, about 30 meters high and 61.5 meters wide, stood above Tongil (Unification) Street in southeast Pyongyang.
The monument, erected in 2001, depicted two women from North and South Korea holding an emblem of the entire Korean peninsula.