Culture

January 15th of Lunar Calendar Marked in DPRK

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The Korean people marked the January 15th of the lunar calendar, a folk holiday, with pleasure.

Okryu Restaurant, Chongryu Restaurant, restaurants of the Changgwang Public Service Management Bureau and other restaurants in the city of Pyongyang were crowded with citizens taking unique national dishes in an atmosphere of gaiety.

At Kyongam Restaurant in Sariwon City, Mudfish Soup and Bouilli Chicken restaurants in Kaesong City and the Kaesong Folk Hotel the working people enjoyed a folk holiday, taking various national dishes.

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Once darkness gathered, people enjoyed the first full moon on Moran Hill and Ryongwang Pavilion in Pyongyang and at other local scenic spots and fairyland-like streets and villages newly built under the care of the Workers’ Party of Korea.

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