Anecdotes

Measures Taken for Children

In September Juche 105 (2016), a number of cities and counties along the shore of the River Tuman in the northern end of Korea suffered from tremendous natural disasters owing to strong wind and heavy rain, the first of their kind in meteorological observation.

Coping with the prevailing emergency, the Workers’ Party of Korea made a crucial decision on healing the aftereffects of severe damages and tiding over the difficulties in the shortest time by mobilizing and concentrating all the human, material and technical potentials of the state on the site of recovering the afflicted area in the northern part.

The entire people turned out to rehabilitate the afflicted area in the northern part at an early date.

It was said that if a family has a misfortune, the children look gloomy first before others.

At the moment of the great disaster, what rove the hearts of many women in the northern area was the shadow to be cast on the faces of their children.

Fathoming even their inmost feelings, the respected supreme leader Kim Jong Un took kind measures for schoolchildren in the afflicted area in the northern part to enjoy camping at the Songdowon International Children’s Camp.

This is how the children from the afflicted area in the northern part enjoyed happy camping at the famous Songdowon International Children’s Camp in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.

Spending the days of camping, the children from the northern end of the country keenly felt the warm bosom of the socialist motherland where they live.

Mothers were moved to tears with the happiness enjoyed by their children.

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