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.
Tailor shop in Pyongyang creatively developing clothes fitting the aesthetics and tastes of the working people.
Factory completed in 2008 is now steadily raising the quality of its ceramic products.
Worker couples at the Pyongyang General Electric Cable Factory 326 are together rendering devoted service to the country and the development of its economy.
Weaving techniques unique to the Korean nation have been used for well over a millennium.
The Pyongyang Terrapin Farm is producing hundreds of thousands of terrapins to be used for traditional Koryo medicine and nutritious Korean dishes.
Four iconic dishes of the Pyongyang area perfectly represent the culinary culture of the region.
Various boiled rices have been a staple food of the Korean nation for thousands of years.
The flower counter at Pyongyang Department Store No. 1 is always thronging with interested citizens.
Horse riding in Korea has a history of over two thousand years.
Taekwondo is an orthodox martial art of the Korean nation.
Paduk or Go has been played in Korea for well over a millennia.
Aerial stunts are one of the most popular acrobatic performances in the DPRK.
Kindergarten teachers familiarizing themselves with traditional martial art of the Korean nation to pass it down to the coming generations.
Ryongwang Pavilion has stood in Pyongyang for nearly 400 years.
People-first principles of the Chairman directly applied to Korean-style architecture, the material and cultural wealth of the nation.
Cultural dress customs of the Korean nation were developed over the course of thousands of years.
Changing seasons in the DPRK also bring about sudden changes in the color and style of working people’s attire.