PYONGYANG, Sept. 3 (Xinhua) -- Retired NBA star Dennis Keith Rodman arrived here Tuesday for his second visit to the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) at the invitation of the country's sports authority.
Travelling with him were Michael Peter Spavor, a Canadian non-government organization official, Joseph Douglas Tervillinger, a Columbia University professor, and Christopher Volo, a member of the Prince marketing group.
They will stay till Sunday, visiting Mount Kumgang during their time here. It is not clear whether they will meet DPRK leader Kim Jong-Un.
Rodman previously visited the DPRK in March, when tensions on the Korean Peninsula had soared after Pyongyang conducted its third nuclear test on Feb. 12. During that visit, he attended an exhibition basketball match with Kim.