Korean Revolution Museum

Korean Revolution Museum information

Location
Pyongyang , North Korea
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A visit to the museum behind the Mansudae Grand Monument is sometimes included on itineraries. Despite the museum’s rather misleading name, its main function is to document the death of Kim Il-sung (including a film of the extraordinary public reaction to it) and the succession of Kim Jong-il during the turbulent 1990s. One of the more bizarre items on display is a tin of Nivea hand cream that the Dear Leader thoughtfully gifted to factory workers with sore hands.