Performances given for the 65th anniversary of the Fatherland Liberation War.
KCNA photo report from the museum in Pyongyang.
Visit alongside First Lady Ri Sol Ju marks modernization efforts across the country in schoolbag factories.
Visit to modernizing factory accompanied by First Lady Ri Sol Ju
Visit marked by plans to increase production, inspection of new foodstuff processes for soybean-based foods.
Visit comes amid massive reforestation campaign across the nation, with tens of millions of trees being planted all year round.
KCNA photo report from the Moranbong District of Pyongyang.
KCNA photo report from the swimming pool of Pyongyang Elementary School No. 4
KCNA photo report from the Pottonggang High School in Pyongyang.
Documentary piece on several out of tens of thousands of significant gifts held at the International Friendship Exhibition on Mt. Myohyang.
The Chairman criticized high ranking officials and laid plans for improvements to the factory’s production process in line with party policy.
The Chairman inspected the poor resort conditions and gave instructions for its remodeling.
The Chairman gave instructions to rapidly complete the delayed project by October of next year.
The Chairman gave instructions related to modernization and the well being of employees.
The Chairman laid out plans for a new passenger ship and modernization of the plant.
The Chairman reviewed work taken over the last 2 years since his last visit and praised the workers and officials of the farm.
The Chairman criticized officials for ignoring the project and misleading party officials on the state of the project.
The visit laid out instructions for building a significant new greenhouse for vegetable production.
KCNA photo report of fruit distribution in Pyongyang as it starts across the nation.
KCNA photo report from the Pyongyang Embroidery Institute in Pyongyang, the capital of the DPRK.
A collection of stories from veterans of the Fatherland Liberation War of their dedicated service during the bloody war forced upon Korea by the U.S. imperialists in 1950 that they victoriously repelled ending in 1953.
This is the Chairman’s second visit to the plant, now planned to push production capacity over 2,000 tons annually after having given guidance to local potato farms.