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The Ryugyong Health Complex, a comprehensive cultural and welfare base, is on the bank of the River Taedong in the capital Pyongyang.

The respected Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un visited the Ryugyong Health Complex three times in Juche 101 (2012).

Each time, he said there can be no satisfaction in the work for the people and called for building the Ryugyong Health Complex on the highest level as it would be used by the people.

It was on November 3 before its inauguration that he called at the complex for the third time.

Looking round the complex with refreshing wavy roof in harmony with the landscape of the shore of the River Taedong, he expressed great satisfaction and gave detailed instructions on building it up better.

Seating himself on a chair of the resting hall and carefully examining the floor, he called for finishing the floor with high-grade wood. In the public bathroom, he put his hand into a bathtub to feel the water temperature. Dropping in at a sauna, he stressed the need to ensure temperature properly.

Here is Ri Yong Hui, official of the Ryugyong Health Complex.

“That day, the respected Marshal Kim Jong Un said that when the health complex opens, many people will visit it. He asked if there isn’t anything more concerning its service in winter and said it will be more popular among the people in winter than in summer.

Before leaving, he called for making good service in winter that year so that the people could greatly benefit from the complex.

And he looked at the complex for a long while as if picturing to himself the people who would visit it.”

Saying there cannot be satisfaction in the work for the people, Kim Jong Un called time and again for building the Ryugyong Health Complex flawlessly.

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