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.
DPRK citizen Ju Su Yang is an art group member of the Korean Art Association of the Disabled.
DPRK weightlifter Rim Jong Sim is a two-time Olympic gold medal winner
The story of Kye Sun Hui, the famed DPRK judoka who startled the judo world at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta.
O Yun A, a young woman wrestler, spends her free time reading as well as writing poetry.
The children of the Pyongyang Primary School for Orphans never feel alone and happily say that they in fact have many different loving mothers all round.
O Myong Chun, a girl orphaned during the Arduous March of the 1990s, is today both a spinner and as an elected deputy to the Supreme People’s Assembly.
“Women of the world, let us unite for peace against imperialism!”
Doctor Pak Song Suk is affectionately thought of like a second mother to the many babies she devotes her deep care to.
Gymnast Hong Un Jong has won gold medals for her country and was awarded the title of People’s Athlete.
November 16, Mother’s Day in the DPRK, is also the 105th birthday of comrade Hwang Chong Bong, who raised her children as pillars of the country.
Pianist Yun Jin Bok is now raising many other pupils into successful pianists gaining international recognition.
Lecturer Jong Song Sil has devoted herself to the training of gymnastic dance teachers for several decades and has become a Model Teacher herself.
The Ponghak Primary School in Pyongyang is well-known for its good educational conditions and environment.
Ryu Ho Chun has written numerous books on longevity and traditional Koryo therapies since her graduation from Pyongyang Medical University in 1987.
Though the spouses of disabled persons are exempt from work in the DPRK, worker Kim Chun Hwa has continued to make many laudable contributions.
Teacher Kim Kum Song has become widely known in Pyongyang for her ability to cultivate the talents in young children.
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.