The Anguk Temple is an excellent example of Korean architecture and advanced scientific knowledge during the Three Kingdoms period.
Stamp marks the 70th International Children’s Day.
Hoe Hwang Hyon is admired by football fans in the DPRK for his good judgement and quick decision making.
Tug-of-war has been played by both children and adults in Korea for well over a millennia.
Premier of the Cabinet inspects co-op farms and waterway in North Hwanghae Province.
Professor Kim Ji Jong was the first math academic of the DPRK and was important to the development of Korean-style education.
The beautiful traditional dresses of the Korean nation perfectly match the bright changing scenery of Spring in Korea.
Brand of bags given to students in the DPRK free of charge gaining increasing popularity for its unique modern designs.
Restaurants in Pyongyang are demonstrating the patriotic self-reliant spirit, taking stockbreeding upon themselves for the benefit of the war veterans and disabled service personnel.
Over one thousand cage-net fish farms established across the DPRK since 2013.
Tailor shop in Pyongyang creatively developing clothes fitting the aesthetics and tastes of the working people.
Vineyards near Sariwon have gained notoriety across the country over the last 70 years.
Factory completed in 2008 is now steadily raising the quality of its ceramic products.
Factory in Pyongyang making significant contributions to nation’s fishing and aquaculture sectors.
Vice chair of State Affairs Commission inspects units in province after completion of the large scale irrigation project.
“Sunflower” brand school supplies enjoying increasing popularity among all ages of students.
Worker couples at the Pyongyang General Electric Cable Factory 326 are together rendering devoted service to the country and the development of its economy.
Countless tree nurseries constructed or rebuilt across the country, turning once barren mountains into ones which are treasures of the nation.
Weaving techniques unique to the Korean nation have been used for well over a millennium.
The Marshal’s outlook on the upbringing of the next generation is witnessed most vividly in their happy expressions and carefree nature.
In the rural outskirts of Pyongyang, the Ryongaksan Soap Factory is producing many liquid soaps and detergents enjoyed by the working people.
Premier of the Cabinet visits units including a port in Nampo and the Pyongyang Metro.
The Pyongyang Terrapin Farm is producing hundreds of thousands of terrapins to be used for traditional Koryo medicine and nutritious Korean dishes.