Embassy of North Korea, London
|Embassy of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea in London|
|Address||73 Gunnersbury Avenue, London, W5 4LP|
|Ambassador||His Excellency Mr Hyon Hak Bong|
The Embassy of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea in London is the diplomatic mission of North Korea to the United Kingdom. It is located in a semi-detached house at 73 Gunnersbury Avenue, in Gunnersbury, a suburban district of west London. It is notable for being one of the few embassies in London located in a suburban area, away from the central diplomatic areas of the city; indeed it is the western-most embassy in the capital. The property was purchased by the North Korean government in 2003.
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- Embassy of the United Kingdom, Pyongyang
- List of diplomatic missions of North Korea
- Foreign relations of North Korea
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