The Chairman’s far-sighted plan puts the chemical and metallurgical industries as the twin pillars of economic construction.
Tombs of the Koguryo period unearthed in South Hwanghae Province.
Advanced treatment methods are being introduced for mobility impairments at the Munsu Rehabilitation Clinic.
Gift given to the Chairman in 2017 by Russian political party leader.
The Korea Art Exchange Society has organized nearly 700 art festivals and fine art exhibitions in the DPRK since its founding in 1980.
Advanced 14th century Korean technology used in the Imjin Patriotic War against Japanese invaders.
The beloved goshawk is considered representative of the brave and intelligent disposition of the Korean people.
Since her international debut almost a decade ago, Taekwondoist Jang Kyong Ok has bagged 26 gold medals at international competitions.
Vice-Chairmen of WPK Central Committee Inspect Recovery from Damage in Various Farms of South Hwanghae Province
Senior officials of the Party work on the ground with rural farmers for the typhoon recovery efforts in Jangyon and Thaetan counties.
The DPRK with relatively little land suitable for farming is extensively developing pisciculture across the nation.
The loyal devotion of the Chairman is inspiring residents of Taechong-ri with greater strength and courage in their struggle.
Efforts being waged across the country as another typhoon makes its way towards the peninsula.
The Pyongyang Embroidery Institute is simultaneously carrying on and developing the traditional Korean-style embroidery.
People’s Korea is waging a struggle to turn its countless mountains into treasured forests full of timber and wild fruits.
The Namsin Nursery in Pyongyang is actively cultivating the rich artistic talents of children and providing them a cozy environment for growth.
Vice Chairman of State Affairs Commission visits co-op farms in South Hwanghae Province to guide recovery efforts.
Vice Chairman of WPK Central Military Commission guides recovery work in aftermath of Typhoon Bavi.
‘Comrade Kim Goes Flying’ shows that the social system where people help one another is one where anyone can follow their true dream.
Thanks to the preschool system of the country and patriotic kindergarten teachers, many talented children are growing up.
September 1 marked the Kanto Massacre’s 97th anniversary, a brutal organized extermination campaign against Koreans in Japan.
The Korean people are waging a unified struggle to build an even greater cradle of happiness in flood affected areas.
Traditional gift conveyed to the President in April 1992.
Premier inspects recovery efforts, stresses need to warmly take care of all affected families.