Choe Ok Ae, an Urban Designer, has brought up her two sons to be patriotic men with devotion to the collective before themselves.
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.
In the DPRK, the women are respected as the flower of families and society while leading a worthwhile life.
Report from the Moranbong Theatre, the East Pyongyang Grand Theatre, the Pyongyang Grand Theatre, and the Ponghwa Art Theatre
Respecting and cherishing women is a noble trait of Korean society in the north where there position and role has been remarkably raised.
Report from the Hall of Women in Pyongyang
Famed gymnast Ri Sun Dok, even at the age of 70 today, is still full of vigour to pass down her experiences and lessons to the next generation of sportspersons.
111th International Women’s Day was marked with colorful art performances in the DPRK.
Rim Song Yon works at the institute for public health business economics under the DPRK’s Ministry of Public Health.
Korean sportswomen are training day and night to win gold medals and fly the blue and red flag of the DPRK in the sky of the world.
On March 8, 1946, International Women’s Day was celebrated for the first time in liberated Korea.
Korean women today are a powerful force for the social development of the country and the forming of a big harmonious socialist family.
Kim Jae Sil, a tutor of the Pyongyang Kim Won Gyun Conservatory, is devoting all her energy to bringing up more music prodigies.
Kim Song Hwa was just a post office worker in a rural mountainous county, but her patriotic bravery resulted in her being put forward as a Labor Hero.
Socialist Women’s Union of Korea meets at the Arch of Triumph in Pyongyang.
Teachers of the Sochang Kindergarten in Pyongyang are credibly developing and introducing new modern teaching methods.
Chief Engineer Choe Hyon Sil of the Taedonggang Foodstuff Factory developed a refreshing drink which has become the DPRK’s national wine.
62 year old O Yong Sun is continuing to go all out to repay the benevolent socialist system which lifted her family up.
Manageress Jong Sun Ok has worked with devotion at the Moran Garment Factory in Pyongyang for over 30 years.
Ri Un Jong, who lives in Ryonghung-dong No. 1, Taesong District, Pyongyang, is an ardent philatelist.
69 year old grandmother Sin Yong Suk is still not finished contributing to the development of her country.
A campaign has dynamically been pushed in various sectors to recycle scrap materials.
Ri Kyong Ae is headmistress of Ponghak Primary School in Phyongchon District of Pyongyang.
19-year-old actress Kim Un Sum has only worked for one year but is already earning immense recognition and praise from those enjoying her performances.