September 10, 1954
Letter, Preston Goodfellow to President Syngman Rhee
In this letter, Goodfellow addresses Korean tungsten production and German attempts to buy it. He states Americans will not allow players “behind the Iron Curtain” to own or have the power to set the tungsten world price. He also briefly mentions American military assistance and the first Taiwan Crisis.
February 13, 1973
Letter, Ahmet H. Ozbudun to C.V. Narasimhan, "Enhanced ROK Diplomatic Activity"
Ozbudun sends a letter to Muller, in place of Narasimhan, reporting on enhanced ROK diplomatic activities
September 24, 1987
Procedure concerning Operative Advance Notification on Cross-Border Transit requested by DPRK Security Organs
Stasi procedures for South Koreans transiting via East Germany for meetings with DPRK officials.
May 31, 1988
Stasi Advance Notification and Instructions to Border Organs
An individual example of a Stasi advance notification and instructions for a Korean transiting East Germany to meet with DPRK officials.
October 10, 1988
Note about a Conversation with the DPRK Ambassador to the GDR, Comrade Pak Yeong-chan, on 10 October 1988 in Berlin
DPRK Ambassador Pak Yeong-chan discusses Hungary's decision to recognize the South Korean government, East German-North Korean relations, and procedures for North Korean citizens traveling to West Berlin.
October 17, 1988
Letter from the DPRK Embassy to the GDR to the Main Department for Consular Affairs, GDR Ministry of Foreign Affairs
The DPRK Embassy in East Germany seeks to establish procedures and permissions for Korean citizens traveling to West Berlin.
April 06, 1989
Record of Meeting between Comrade Pak Yeong-chan and Comrade Vogel
East German and North Korean officials discuss DPRK-GDR relations, the World Youth Festival in North Korea, and security procedures for Korean nationals in Berlin.
April 13, 1989
Assistance for Entry and Exit
An example of a Stasi document on two South Korean citizens transiting East Germany to travel to and from Pyongyang.
May 23, 1989
Note on Meeting with Comrade Ri Jong-geun on 18 May 1989
Ri Jong-geun announces that he will continue to act as a security liaison for the DPRK in East Germany and will maintain a portfolio covering all North Korean nationals living in the GDR.
May 24, 1989
Note on Meeting with Comrade Ri Jong-geun on 24 May 1989
Ri Jong-geun requests that East Germany provide the DPRK with information of Korean nationals in the GDR.
June 14, 1989
Letter from the DPRK Embassy to the GDR to Main Department for Consular Affair, GDR Ministry of Foreign Affairs
The DPRK Embassy to the GDR thanks the GDR Ministry of Foreign Affairs for establishing border crossing procedures for Korean nationals in Germany.
August 01, 1989
Letter from Vogel to Comrade Fiedler
A follow up report on security procedures for Korean nationals in Germany.
August 10, 1989
Exit by Aspirants/Interns and Students from the DPRK in the GDR
A report on exit permits for North Korean nationals in East Germany.
September 27, 1989
Note on Meeting with Comrade Ri Jong-geun on 27 September 1989
Ri Jong-geun follows up on East German-North Korean cooperation in managing North Korean nationals living in Germany.