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Political, Economic, Cultural and All Other Affairs in the DPRK

WPK General Secretary Kim Jong Un’s Revolutionary Activities
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24th Plenary Meeting of 14th SPA Standing Committee of DPRK Held

The 24th Plenary Meeting of the 14th Standing Committee of the Supreme People’s Assembly of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea took place at the Mansudae Assembly Hall on February 2.

Choe Ryong Hae, member of the Presidium of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea, first vice-president of the State Affairs Commission of the DPRK and chairman of the SPA Standing Committee, presided over the meeting.

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  • DPRK’s Ten Best Players and Coaches of 2022 [2023-02-03]
  • Many Young Pyongyangites Volunteer to Work for Major Construction Project [2023-02-02]
  • Patriotic Devotion [2023-02-02]
  • Protection of Wetlands for Human and Nature [2023-02-02]
  • Elephant-shaped Rock on Pidan Islet [2023-02-01]
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Kim Jong Un's Aphorism

“Abuse of power, bureaucratism and corruption that are revealed in a ruling party are a dangerous poison that may lead it to become a party of aristocrats and bureaucrats.”

[Anecdotes] :: Compatriotic Affection across the Barrier of National Division

Late at night on August 31, 1984, the rain was pouring down, as it was the close of the rainy season. General Kim Jong Il was on a field guidance tour, and stood by the window at his lodgings. He was gazing at the sky over the southern part of the country.

Then he told his officials that the sight of the unceasing rain made him very concerned about his compatriots in south Korea. He added that the heavy rain must have triggered severe flooding, and that the people would be suffering.

President Kim Il Sung’s Reminiscences With the Century (8 Volumes)

DPRK Socialist Constitution

Policies for Korea’s Reunification

[Capital City-Pyongyang ] :: Capital City-Pyongyang

Pyongyang is the capital of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.

Situated in the west of the central part of Korea, it is 84 metres above the sea on the average. Blending harmoniously with the surrounding mountains, hills, fields and the clear River Taedong, it has been known as a scenic place from olden times.

[Economy] :: Effective Use of a Small Area of Land

[Economy] :: Ultrasonic Stone Surface Washer

[Social Culture] :: Our Rosier Future Is in Sight

[Social Culture] :: Invisible Workplaces

[History & Folk Customs] :: Brass Tableware and Folk Customs

[History & Folk Customs] :: Samhyonryukkak

[Korea Is One] :: Inter-Korean Talks for Sports Held

Pictorial Korea Juche 111(2022) Special Issue

Over 90 Days for Defending the People


Pictorial Korea No.1, Juche 112 (2023)


Grand Monument on Mansu Hill


We Follow His Tender Heart

Socialism, We Love You

Socialism Is the Party’s Embrace

Good Is This Land, Nice Are Sunrays

Songs Resounding in My Country


Mansudae Assembly Hall

Representatives of the people take part in a session of the Supreme People’s Assembly of the DPRK.

Working people participating in the election of deputies to the SPA
All citizens who have reached the age of 17 have the right to elect and to be elected.

Workers at the Taedonggang Combined Fruit Processing Factory work in an excellent environment.
Working people choose occupation in accordance with their wishes and skills, and are provided with stable jobs and working conditions by the state.

Agricultural workers reap rich harvest.

Dairy products are supplied regularly to children according to the policy of the state.
The 6th Session of the 14th SPA of the DPRK adopted the Law of the DPRK on Childcare to provide more improved conditions for bringing up children across the country.

Kindergarteners and new pupils and students of primary and middle schools and universities across the country are supplied with new uniforms, shoes, bags and school things at the state’s expense.
The universal 12-year compulsory education has been in force according to a decree adopted at the 6th Session of the 12th SPA of the DPRK, and citizens who received general secondary education can have access to higher education according to their talents and wishes.

The Sci-Tech Complex, a centre of learning for all people and a multifunctional hub of sci-tech dissemination, renders active services to making all people well versed in science and technology.

Working people acquire advanced science and technology in sci-tech learning spaces.
They are enrolled in the study-while-you-work system to prepare themselves to be intelligent workers and creative talents.

Working people conduct active mass-based sporting, cultural and artistic activities to become creators and enjoyers of the arts and literature.

Working people under medical treatment at the Ryugyong General Ophthalmic Hospital
The state enforces the free medical care system across the country and makes primary efforts for the buildup of material and technological foundations of the public health sector and for the prevention and treatment of diseases.

The district doctor system is in force, in which medical workers take good care of the health of residents in their charge.

Triplets, quadruplets and their mothers receive special benefits provided by the state.

The state presents as gifts ornamental silver knives and gold rings to the triplets and quadruplets, as well as to their parents.

The state builds modern houses and distributes them to working people free of charge.

Agricultural workers in great delight as they move into new houses.

Old persons spend their remaining years in happiness at Pyongyang Old People’s Home.
The state takes responsible care of the living and health of the aged people.

Children of baby homes, orphanages and primary and middle schools for orphans grow happily at the state’s expense.

Working people enjoy themselves at cultural and leisure activity centres in different parts of the country.

The state builds bases for cultural and leisure activities in different parts of the country for the people to enjoy a healthy and civilized life.