North Korea Goes 30 Minutes Forward In Time




North Korea set its clocks ahead by 30 minutes on Friday to match South Korean time zone. The transfer got here after North Korean chief Kim Jong-un promised to sync his time zone with that of South Korea’s in the course of the inter-Korean summit within the final week of April. North Korea had set its time-zone again by 30 minutes in 2015 in an effort to return to the time zone used within the peninsula earlier than it was colonised by Japan in 1910. Seoul has welcomed the change, saying it’s a transfer in direction of higher inter-Korean relations.

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