Obstetrician Choe Jong Sim has been devotedly working to assist pregnant women since she became her county’s first midwife in 1957.
Jo Kil Nyo has devoted her life to service to the working people as both a street cleaner and an elected deputy to the Supreme People’s Assembly.
Coach Ra Un Sim has become one of the most well known footballers in DPRK history, participating in 112 international games.
Head chef Pak Yon Ok (middle) teaches other cooks how to cook oxtail soup. The Ullim Restaurant, located in Kyonghung-dong of Pothonggang District, Pyongyang, is renowned for beef dishes. “Oxtail soup is […]
Members of the Socialist Women’s Union of Korea conduct militant agitation activities demonstrating their might in the 80-day campaign.
Marathoner Jong Song Ok took victory at the Seventh World Athletics Championships and is now a DPRK Hero and People’s Athlete.
Judoist Kye Sun Hui stunned the judo world at the 1996 Olympic Games and was victorious at the 2007 World Judo Championships.
Ri Myong Sun has made tens of thousands of costumes, props, and stage sets over the last 38 years.
Comrade Kim Jong Suk made an immortal contribution to the liberation of the country and the emancipation of Korean women.
Sisters Kim Hyang Suk and Kim Hyang Sim have found their true happiness in devoting all their wisdom and effort in service of the people.
The General Pharmacy of the Pharmaceutical Industry Management Bureau is entirely staffed by women breaking gender stereotypes.
Jang Tuk Gum witnessed the epic changes of her country in the 20th century and continues to lead a happy healthy life under socialism.
Ri Song Hui, an international weightlifting star of the 1990s, is now coaching at the Amnokgang Sports Club.
Professor Pak Yong Hui successfully developed anti-smoking medicines and has written many books on the effects of smoking.
Singer Pak Jin Ri is today one of the DPRK’s most talented singers thanks to the socialist system helping and encouraging disabled persons.
Worker Kim Kum Suk warmly visiting the homes of war veterans is a good example of the noble virtues and ethics prevailing in DPRK society.
Women football players of the Pyongyang Sports Club know that every day of studying and every bead of sweat adds honour to the country.
Since her international debut almost a decade ago, Taekwondoist Jang Kyong Ok has bagged 26 gold medals at international competitions.
Professor Yu Pong Suk has distinguished herself as a Doctor, Merited Scientist, and Candidate Academician.
So Jae Ryol dedicated her whole life to the prosperity of the country and is now admired by all her peers.
Teacher Ho Kum Sok retired after 40 years but it still rendering assistance to the rising generations.
Associate Professor Song Sun Ok is living as a conscientious educator devoting her all to her students.
Korean women decisively broke male supremacy, a state of inhuman existence for women, and put themselves on par with men.
The efforts of coach Kim Jong Mi is increasing the number of talented and energetic sportspersons in the DPRK.
Though memories of the past can become vague with time, the Korean people vividly remember the inhuman crimes of the Japanese imperialists.