Articles

  • Forest Designers

    Since its estabilishment in December 1948 the Central Forest Design and Technology Institute has actively conducted the work of establishing a nationwide forestry strategy by surveying all forest resources in…

  • Full of Joy And Optimism

    Women make up the overwhelming majority of the employees of the Pyongyang Kim Jong Suk Textile Mill in the east Pyongyang area. The compound of the mill looks like a…

  • Domestic Production of Oktang Sugar

    The Pyongyang Cornstarch Factory in the capital of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea produces a lot of oktang sugar called Juche sugar. Before oktang sugar came into being in…

  • Seething With Enthusiasm for Increased Power Production

    From the outset of the year the Pukchang Thermal Power Complex is waging a dynamic campaign to increase electric power production by giving fullest play to its generating capacity and…

  • Love Reflected on the “Sonamu”-Trademarked Satchel

    The respected supreme leader Kim Jong Un always thinks of children. His love for them is also reflected on the “Sonamu”-trademarked satchel. Kim Jong Un visited the newly-built Pyongyang Bag…

  • West Sea Barrage

    The West Sea Barrage (known also as Nampo Dam) was constructed for flood-prevention, land-reclamation, and power generation at the mouth of the Taedong river is one of greatest feats of…

  • Sosong Garment Factory

    Workers of the Sosong Garment Factory in Pyongyang hasten the school uniform production with the approach of a new school year.

  • Biosphere Sanctuary of Mt Paektu

    In the DPRK, a nationwide campaign is going on to turn Samjiyon County of Ryanggang Province covering the area of Mt Paektu into a model of modern mountainous town, an…

  • Ongryonsan Stone River

    The Ongryonsan Stone River is in Pujon County, South Hamgyong Province of Korea. It is called so because water flows under the river-shaped stony field along the southwestern slope of…

  • Changing Scenery of Taedong River

    The Taedong River is one of the five longest rivers of Korea. Its length is over 250 miles, and it flows through the centre of Pyongyang. The name of the river comes from the fact that it is fed by hundreds of large and small tributaries.

  • Great Paektu Mountains

    The Great Paektu Mountains is a main mountain range of Korea, the backbone of her geographical features. he Great Paektu Mountains stretches from Mt. Paektu, a celebrated mountain of Korea,…

  • Anguksa Ginkgo

    The Anguksa Ginkgo grows in the yard before the Anguk Temple in Ponghak-dong, Phyongsong City, South Phyongan Province. The Anguk Temple was built in 503 and rebuilt several times. The…

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