Workers in vital sectors of the economy are overfulfilling their production plans ahead of the 8th Party Congress.
Rural farmers in Kangdong county no longer envy the nearby urban areas as animal husbandry has brought them enormous benefits.
The Marshal always on his long road of field guidance goes on the ground to see and estimate conditions with his own eyes.
Researchers at the Pyongyang University of Architecture are closely following world trends in creating net-zero energy buildings.
Many units of the national economy are focusing on improving quality using only domestically-sourced raw materials.
Grassworks, a long-held cultural activity in Korea, are now produced at many cooperatives across the DPRK to be appreciated at home and abroad.
All people are gaining better understanding of the importance of the anti-epidemic work and are actively taking part in the mass movement.
Homes for nearly 1,700 families completed in Kangwon Province by the soldier-builders of the People’s Army.
In brazen disregard of its purposes and principles, the UN has become a tool of some countries to oppress others in the name of “democracy” and “anti-terrorism”.
President of the Supreme People’s Assembly inspects new rural villages in Unpha and Jaeryong counties.
Socialist Korea’s strength lies in its people-centered system.
The Pyongyang Vegetable Science Institute is actively studying means to increase greenhouse productivity and develop new vegetable seeds.
The Taesongsan Spring Water Factory is working hard to provide the people of Pyongyang with tasty fresh spring water from Mt Taesong.
The DPRK is making every effort to give special protections to migratory birds, a critical task in todays struggle for the conservation of biological diversity.
Just this year the Foreign Languages Books Publishing House has turned out hundreds of different textbooks and reference books.
The Korean people have long used fermented bean in their dietary life.
The working people of the DPRK are increasingly benefitting from the seas of socialism.
Obstetrician Choe Jong Sim has been devotedly working to assist pregnant women since she became her county’s first midwife in 1957.
The Unha Pedigree Fish Breeding Station was established in 1987 and is today one of the nation’s leading producers of fry for many fish farms.
Many countries are today making great efforts to promote their own sustainable development by their own strength, wisdom, and resources.
The Blind Association of Korea, formed in 2014, is credibly ensuring the rights of blind citizens and is raising social awareness of disabilities.
A brighter and promising future of the DPRK is guaranteed by education suited to its own specific conditions.
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.
October 15th was Global Handwashing Day, an especially important occasion during the COVID-19 crisis.
Coach Ra Un Sim has become one of the most well known footballers in DPRK history, participating in 112 international games.