By the end of the year 2000, Internet became mainstream and available for most people. At that time, there was not a single page with DPRK official information, but just fake propaganda from the CIA World Fact Book and the South Korean government. President Cao de Benos decided to change that situation and requested permission from the DPRK to build the first ever page with direct connection with the country. This is how the website korea-dpr.com was created.
The website was designed with Dreamweaver, and got big attention from the tech media that published some articles about it (Including an interview with the famous magazine Slate from Microsoft Corp). That interview gave a bigh push in terms of audience and brought the page to the first search position in Yahoo Search (The most famous search engine on that time).