The Songyong Decorative Illuminations Institute is decorating many structures reflecting the Korean people’s dreams and aspirations.
Pohyon Temple is one of the most famous historic relics in the DPRK and has been wonderfully preserved by the state as a precious legacy.
Traditional-styled building from the Joson Dyansty a good example of the beauty and expertise in 13th century Korean architecture.
Marshal inspects new village as first report of victory made in the ongoing flood recovery campaign.
Newly completed tree nursery has capacity to produce upwards of 20 million saplings annually.
Archives in Mt Myohyang credibly protecting the cultural heritages and historic relics of Korean Buddhists.
Building originally constructed during the Koguryo dynasty is in one of the most scenic spots of Mt Kumgang.
In the last 5 years alone in the DPRK over 1,000 sports facilities have been built and thousands more renovated.
Moran Hill of Pyongyang abounds with historic relics associated with their unique talent and aesthetics.
The Okryu Restaurant has been serving traditional dishes loved by the Korean people for now over 60 years.
Ryomyong Street, a modern street of Pyongyang relying on renewable energies, reflects the ideals of the Korean people.
Thaesong-ri has been wonderfully transformed into an ideal socialist village, a model for others to follow.
Aged persons are leading active happy lives under the care of the socialist system at the Pyongyang Old People’s Home.
Samiyjon is looking beautiful greeting its first summer, a blossoming model of urban socialist life in the mountains.
Cemetery serves as both a monument to the heroic victors and a patriotic educational base.
Dolphinarium on islet in middle of Taedong River in Pyongyang associated with the care of the Chairman.
Even at the height of the war, the President in his foresight was making plans to build an even greater more prosperous Korea on the ruins of war.
Solar and geothermal technologies have been actively applied to Ryomyong Street in Pyongyang.
Stations being modernized throughout Pyongyang, prioritizing convenience and beauty for the people.
The Sosan Hotel is known to many tourists vising the DPRK as one with modern facilities and superb services.
Anguk Temple in South Phyongan Province is the only two-storied temple of the Koguryo period still remaining in Korea.
Pyongyang city becomes even more beautiful at nighttime.
Inaugurated in 2018, the restaurant at a picturesque spot beside the Taedong river is supplying fresh delicious fish to citizens.
Green technology and eco-friendly architecture was thoroughly introduced in the construction of Ryomyong Street in Pyongyang.
The Pyongyang General Hospital is being built in the picturesque Munsu area which has become a medical village in the capital city.