Ri Tong Su, a senior citizen in Pyongyang, is still passionately pursuing his sports interest at age 82 thanks to the policy of the state giving all people access to sports recreation.
Mathematically-gifted child brought up to be a talented scientists under the care of the socialist system prioritizing science and education.
Solar energy increasingly being used as large gains made in resolving energy situation of the country through renewable power sources.
Pak Pyong Jun and other forestry workers are turning once barren mountains in Kangwon province into thickly-wooded forests.
Scientists Ri Jong Su and Choe Jong Gil are working with patriotic devotion to make new research breakthroughs.
Ju Su Yung, a deaf mute citizen, has grown her talents and ardently pursued her dreams under the caring socialist system which cherishes persons with disabilities.
Comrade Kim Yu Bong is a labour hero and a paragon of the Mallima era of Juche Korea.
Phyon Yong Ok raised three children, instilling in them a deep sense of responsibility to the country, society, and community.
Comrade Kim Myong Wol is a mother, an ophthalmologist, and a dedicated public servant working for the people’s health.
Mothers in the DPRK are some of the most strong and selfless revolutionaries in the whole country.
Chairman Kim Jong Un has paid close attention to the efforts for ensuring the people’s healthy living.
Teachers and officials of Moranbong Middle School No. 1 in Pyongyang are giving their all to introducing advanced teaching methods in line with world trends.
Om Yun Chol, filled with a desire to live up to the deep trust and expectations of his homeland, has bagged tens of gold medals for the DPRK at international competitions.
Professor Ri Jun Gi making great contributions to Korean-made science and technology.
Sisters Kim Hyang Suk and Kim Hyang Sim are making devoted efforts to the convenience of working people in Pyongyang.
Farmers introducing effective innovations and stockbreeding methods in otherwise unfavorable geographical conditions.
Effective use of mountains outside Pyongyang has given rise to successful livestock and dairy base.
Yun Ryong Sok is the paragon of a patriotic co-op farmer in the Mallima Era of Juche Korea.
Japan cannot escape its centuries of crimes against the Korean nation, and should make immediate amends for its occupation of and imposed sexual slavery upon Korea.
The Kim Chaek University of Technology located in Pyongyang are at the forefront of the valiant struggle of the Korean people for making a great leap forward in socialist construction via science and technology.
Ko Kyong Chan is selflessly helping other mining workteams, always thinking first of contributing more to the prosperity of his country.
Retiree Ri Nung Sok has devoted his time and efforts to growing many trees for his homeland.
The manager of the Kim Jong Suk Silk Mill is an upstanding official who puts the need of the workers first and has modernized and beautified the once stagnating compound.