One of the popular policies enforced in the DPRK is the construction of quality housing at state expense, with tens of thousands under work currently.
Report from the Chollima Steel Complex, the Sangwon Cement Complex, the Chollima General Building Materials Factory, the Osoksan Granite Mine, and the Ryonggang Granite Mine.
Where President Kim Il Sung’s home along the Potong River once stood, hundreds of homes for working people are being built free of charge.
Korean scientists in the DPRK are living happily thanks to the efforts of the Marshal for their comfort and happiness.
New beautiful homes for hundreds of families competed in Kusong City.
Momentum being gained at sites for building 10,000 free apartments for working families as art squads encourage soldier-builders.
Report from the Pyongyang Block Factory, the East Pyongyang Metal Fittings Factory, and the Taesong Ceramic Factory.
Officials and builders harden their pledge for militant construction, working a great miracle of 10,000 homes under difficult conditions.
As every bird needs a nest, every person needs a home to lead a normal life. In the DPRK the state has ensured every person is provided this basic right.
Respected Comrade Kim Jong Un Clarifies Plan to Form Area of Riverside Terraced Houses around Pothong Gate
Project for 800 terrace houses along the Potong River advanced on top of ongoing construction of 10,000 apartments.
The workers hostel of the Sinuiju Textile Mill is today a modern palace for the women where they can enjoy comfort and leisure every day.
A beautiful future lies ahead of the DPRK thanks to Marshal Kim Jong Un with a firm faith and will to build an independent socialist country.
Housing construction is a major task of the next five-year plan and will remarkably transform the people’s living standard.
Free modern homes for over a thousand rural families completed in North Hwanghae Province.
Homes for thousands of families completed along the northern coastline of the East Sea of Korea.
New spruced up villages completed for affected families in the once disaster stricken Komdok area.
Where this year flood-stricken people once lamented and wept, now rural farmers come home with bright smiles to a village even greater than before.
Hostel unveiled on the 25th fully equipped for the happy cultural living of textile workers.