DPRK stands for the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, North Korea's official name.
What does PRK stand for?
PRK stands for Democratic People's Republic of Korea (ISO alpha-3 country code for North Korea)
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We have 38 other meanings of PRK in our Acronym Attic
- Praise Revival for Jesus (Indonesia)
- Pre-Rolled Joint
- Public Relations Journal (Public Relations Society of America)
- Potomac River Jazz Club (Washington, DC)
- Presbyterian and Reformed Joint Commission
- Puerto Rico Junior College
- Puerto Rico Jedi Outcasts
- Permanent Reciprocating Junctional Tachycardia
- Power Regulator Junction Unit
- Persistent Reusable Java Virtual Machine
- Partia Republikane e Kosovës (Republican Party of Kosovo)
- People's Republic of Kalifornia
- People's Republic of Kampuchea
- Photorefractive Keratectomy
- Polyteknikkojen Radiokerho (student ham radio club at Helsinki University of Technology)
- Port Kent (Amtrak station code; Portk Kent, NY)
- Primitive Recursive Kernel
- Puncture Repair Kit
- Punk Rock Karaoke (band)
- PKC (Protein Kinase C)-Related Kinase-1
Samples in periodicals archive:
Claiming that he broke barriers in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea that no one else could, Rodman told TMZ that he could be the person to develop a plan of peace for the new pontiff, the report said.
The Korean War took place in 1950-1953 between the Republic of Korea and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
Since the Special Rapporteur's request to enter the Democratic People's Republic of Korea was rejected by the Government in October, he will be visiting other countries in the region to gather information.
In a statement issued, the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) said that "we condemn the nuclear test announced by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea on 25 May 2009.
A number of cases concerning Japanese nationals abducted by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea remain unsolved and require an effective response from the latter to ensure transparency and accountability,'' U.