North Korean Special Weapons Facilities
Characters in the Korean alphabet do not have corresponding, same-sounding letters in the Roman, or Western, alphabet. No single transliteration system was widely used at the time of the Korean War, or even today, and Korean names often appear with different spellings in various English translations.
- NORTH KOREAN MISSILE PROLIFERATION SUBCOMMITTEE ON INTERNATIONAL SECURITY, PROLIFERATION, AND FEDERAL SERVICES, OCTOBER 21 1997
- North Korean Mass Destruction Weapons Choi Ju-hwal, OCTOBER 21 1997
- NORTH KOREAN MISSILE PROLIFERATION Ko Young-hwan, OCTOBER 21 1997
- N Korean Nuclear Arsenal By Lee Wha Rang, April 27, 1996
- Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) The Nuclear Potential of Individual Countries Treaty on Nonproliferation of Nuclear Weapons Problems of Extension Appendix 2 Russian Federation Foreign Intelligence Service 6 April 1995
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