No country can separate prosperity and development from education, and in the DPRK education is being prioritized as a top state affair.
An anecdote from the Kyongsang Kindergarten in Pyongyang in 2012.
Paduk (or Go) is very effective for developing children’s intelligence. In particular, it is easy to learn and interesting for nursery children.
Choe Ryong Un of the Janggyong Kindergarten has leapt into the world of literature at the age of six thanks to the socialist education system.
Weekly kindergarten originally opened in 1982 is a modern base for preschool education.
12-year-old Yun Hae Ryong has dreamt of becoming a writer from his early childhood.
Free weekly nursery for working families was originally built in 1948 in Moranbong District, Pyongyang.
16 pairs of triplets were born in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea in the year 2020.
Scientists of the Children’s Nutrition Administration Institute keep making researches to promote the health of children, the future of the country.
Just one story of the loving care of the socialist public health system keeping the children of Korea healthy and happy.
Kindergartener Kim Yu Jing dreams of being a famous poet someday.
Performance for greeting Juche 110 (2021) at the Mangyongdae Schoolchildren’s Palace in Pyongyang.
Student Hwang Kum Byol is studying hard with a higher aim to live up to the expectations of her teachers and the motherland.
The loud laughter of children can be heard in the countless scenic spots where children’s holiday camps have been built by the state.
Since its facelift in 2015, the Mangyongdae Schoolchildren’s Palace has received millions of children growing the buds of their talent.
The Phyongchon District Mirae Nursery, completed in 2015, sits on the back of the Taedong River in Pyongyang.
Choe Jin Ok, a schoolchild in Ryanggang Province, met the Marshal at the Samjiyon Schoolchildren’s Palace in November 2016.
“When the laughter of our children without any shade is louder, the whole country will become bright.”
Teacher Kim Kum Song has become widely known in Pyongyang for her ability to cultivate the talents in young children.
A brighter and promising future of the DPRK is guaranteed by education suited to its own specific conditions.
Another story of the Marshal’s deep affection is now intertwined with that of a loving pilot couple and their newborn son.
Kang Pong Ju of the Ryomyong Kindergarten has unique skills in Paduk (or “Go”) being noticed at children’s contests.
Performance given at the Mangyongdae Schoolchildren’s Palace ahead of the 75th Party founding anniversary.
Children themselves cut the ribbon at a new baby home and orphanage in Pyongyang in 2014.