Railways across the sea of the Sokjon Bay of the East Sea of Korea have been built in the course of the general revolutionary drive on all fronts of building a powerful socialist country to implement the decisions of the Third Plenary Meeting of the Seventh Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea.

The Koam-Tapchon Railways have been built as preceding process of a grand plan of the respected supreme leader Kim Jong Un to build a large-scale fishing village zone in the areas of Koam, Tapchon and Chonapho favourable for developing the fishing industry.

The marine railway bridge built in the east coastal area makes it possible to lay firmer material and technical foundations to develop railway transport and fishing industry of the country and provide the people with more convenient travelling conditions. The completion of the railways has opened up a broad avenue for rapidly hastening the construction of the Tapchon fishing village zone as planned by the Party and for satisfactorily transporting fish caught in the zone. The completion of the Koam-Tapchon Railways, a marvellous scene on the east coast of Korea, is a demonstration of the tremendous strength of Juche Korea making a constant leap forward on the basis of the solid foundation of the independent economy. It also fuels enthusiasm of the Korean people who are speeding up the grand march for economic construction to implement the new strategic line of the Party.

The Korean people will build a greater number of more wonderful monumental creations in the era of the Workers’ Party conducive to the building of an economic giant and the improvement of the people’s living in the revolutionary spirit of self-reliance and by dint of science and technology, more firmly rallied around the Party.