What is the Capital of North Korea?

The capital of North Korea is Pyongyang, which was founded 1122 BC. Pyongyang has been the capital since 1948.

Pyongyang is the largest city in North Korea and functions as: Houses all major government offices

Pyongyang is located at 39.0392° N, 125.7625° E, at an elevation of 124'.

Reunification Arch, Pyongyang, North Korea

North Korea CapitalSource: https://flic.kr/p/8HsVv1

2020 Population
3,108,108
2020 Growth Rate
0.77%
Founded
1122 BC
Capital as of
1948
Elevation
124'
Role in Country
Houses all major government offices