The Korean people remember the great leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il who opened a new history of lush green woods on their land.
March 2nd is marked as Arbor Day in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea
Tidal power is increasingly being harnessed in the DPRK for its energy efficiency greater than even solar or wind.
Tree nurseries in the DPRK are playing a big role in afforestation of the country as major sapling production bases.
The Pyongyang Condiments Factory has a 75-year-long history.
Home-made “cosmos” brand hairpins in the DPRK are favored by Korean women.
Modern factory with processes ranging from water purifying to packing will produce health teas with peculiar flavors and fragrances.
More than 90 species of water birds can be spotted at the West Sea Barrage Habitat for Winter Birds.
“Everything for the people and everything by relying on them” is the core of the leadership idea held by the WPK Party Central Committee.
Kim Jae Sil, a tutor of the Pyongyang Kim Won Gyun Conservatory, is devoting all her energy to bringing up more music prodigies.
Huge quantities of greenhouse vegetables are being produced in the DPRK which is increasingly introducing scientific farming.
Lunar January 15, which falls on February 26 this year, has been celebrated since ancient times in Korea.
In the DPRK, cities and counties constitute terminal units in the implementation of Party policies, and pillars supporting overall development.
Since its founding, the Workers’ Party of Korea has applied the idea of believing in the people as god to all its leadership.
The Kyongsong Ceramic Factory of North Hamgyong Province is solving all its sci-tech problems with its own knowledge and sweat.
Meeting of workers of the Hwanghae Iron and Steel Complex held, followed by mass demonstration.
The Korean people will tide over any hardships and advance vigorously with the limitless strength of unity of the popular masses.
Socialist Women’s Union of Korea meets at the Arch of Triumph in Pyongyang.
First performance of national tour held for steel workers in Songrim township of North Hwanghae Province.
Letter sent congratulates Chongryon chairman on the occasion of his 86th birthday.
Despite any obstacles or shortages, workers of the Educational Books Printing Factory are set on unconditionally finishing textbook production.
Doctor Hyon Kyong Son of Kim Man Yu Hospital has rich experience in rehabilitating patients.
Professor Kim Yong Hwang has made contributions to Korean linguistics for over 60 years and is still today researching and writing on it.
Koreans have been weaving with silk for thousands of years, and today traditional silk production continues across the DPRK.
Hunminjongnum was developed in the mid-13th century is renowned for its reasonableness and originality.