Sugar extracted from corn is in widespread use across the self-reliant DPRK.
Students of the Masan Senior Middle School have planted over 10,000 trees forming a beautiful pine-nut forest.
Teacher Choe Yong Ae has helped turn her school into one where the hopes of pupils comes true.
Hong Kyong Sun of the Pyongyang Maternity Hospital is introducing a number of sterility treatments, doubling birthrates.
Cemetery serves as both a monument to the heroic victors and a patriotic educational base.
Won Hong Gu was a devoted scientist who loved his motherland more than anything.
Unjong tea cultivated in South Hwanghae and Kangwon Provinces are more frequently being enjoyed at countless tea houses.
The Pyongyang Rayon Yarn Factory is increasing production through embracing science and raising employees’ technical knowledge.
The biggest enemy in the fight against COVID-19 is those people who choose to slack off their anti-epidemic responsibilities to the collective.
Meeting reviews emergency situation in Kaesong, measures to form new Party department.
The Chairman finds his greatest pride and pleasure in the joy of the working people.
It is the height of absurdity for the leader of Israel, a mass murderer ruling a brutal colony, to take issue with the DPRK.
Chairman regards the trees heavy with apples as a shining symbol of national power and happiness.
Women in the DPRK have enjoyed equal status with men since 1946.
The Taesong Tailor Shop is at the forefront for making new stylish clothes fitting both the seasons and the people’s aesthetics.
All fields and units are intensifying their crucial anti-epidemic work in coordination with the state.
Women’s economic and social rights are thoroughly ensured in the DPRK where housing, food, childcare, and other rights are universal.
Kim Chol Hwan started studying sports at 13 and went on to become one of the DPRK’s greatest athletes.
Engineering professor Sin Kum Sun has made many contributions to the development of teaching methods and domestic technology.
Dolphinarium on islet in middle of Taedong River in Pyongyang associated with the care of the Chairman.
As half of the revolution itself, the Korean women have taken on the role of master and are cherished by society.
Restaurants in the DPRK are serving dishes special to the summer months and which have excellent nutritive values.
WPK Central Committee vice chairman visits Nampo Port to learn about anti-epidemic work among other units.