Kim Jong Un, Chairman of the Workers’ Party of Korea, First Chairman of the National Defence Commission of the DPRK and Supreme Commander of the Korean People’s Army, visited the remodelled Mangyongdae Children’s Camp.
He went round the room for the education in the revolutionary history, the room housing revolutionary historic materials and the room dedicated to the history of the camp.
Visiting the Mangyongdae Children’s Camp only, one may clearly realize how warmly President Kim Il Sung and General Kim Jong Il loved children and what profound care they showed for them to bring them up as the pillars of the country who are knowledgeable, virtuous and healthy, he said.
Noting that sprucing up better all the children’s camps, halls and palaces across the country as required by the new century is an important work to realize the noble intentions of Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il who took deep care of the children all their lives, he underlined the need to steadily carry out this work to glorify the exploits of the great leaders.
Going around different places of the camp, he learned in detail about the remodelling of the camp and preparations for operating it.
Dropping in at the bedrooms in the tower-like camp-building, he said they were built in such an impeccable manner as to give the best convenience to the campers in their living.
Going round the folk game room, library, hall and other places, he said that children would like them very much. He appreciated the builders for making a lot of efforts to remodel the camp so that they might provide children with excellent living conditions.
Making the rounds of the dining rooms, birthday party rooms and outdoor dining halls of the cosy-looking restaurant on the lake, he said the restaurant was built in such a peculiar style as to suit children’s minds and make them feel as if they were having a meal aboard a boat.
He was pleased with the cooking practice room where children will have a chance to prepare their meals and cook varieties of dishes by themselves.
Asking about the quality of water in the outdoor swimming pool and judging himself the height of the diving tower, he promised to make sure that a waterslide is built to keep good harmony with the environment. He added that then children might be reluctant to leave the swimming pool.
He was so kind as to promise to ensure that walkway from the camp-building to the restaurant and outdoor basketball court are roofed so that campers may not feel even a slight inconvenience when raining. He also promised to send rare animals to the animal shed and diverse apparatuses to the boating-pool liked by children.
Saying that he was very pleased to visit the camp, he noted with great satisfaction that another excellent children’s palace reflecting the Party’s noble love for the younger generation and the future has sprung up.
He instructed all the provincial Party committees to learn from the work-style of the Pyongyang Municipal Party Committee which sensitively accepted the Party’s policy and is working hard to implement it.
He called for holding a grand inaugural ceremony of the camp to mark the 70th founding anniversary of the Korean Children’s Union so that children’s happy laughter and singing are heard from it.
Field Guidance to Construction Site
of Ryongaksan Soap Factory
of Ryongaksan Soap Factory
Kim Jong Un, Chairman of the Workers’ Party of Korea, First Chairman of the National Defence Commission of the DPRK and Supreme Commander of the Korean People’s Army, provided field guidance to the construction site of the Ryongaksan Soap Factory.
After being briefed on the construction in front of the map showing a panoramic view of the factory, he went round the construction site and indicated tasks and ways for building the soap factory at the best level.
He recalled that General Kim Jong Il in his life time gave an instruction for building a factory producing liquid soap.
The factory which will produce shampoo, bath-soap, powder soap, etc. is the factory directly related to improving the people’s living standards to which the Party attaches importance, he noted. He stressed the need to perfectly equip the factory with modern facilities, highly automate all the production processes including raw material feeding, mixing, injection, packing and forwarding, establish an integral control system at the top level and sufficiently install there latest analyzing equipment to strictly verify and guarantee the hygienic safety of products.
He gave instructions to accelerate the technical preparations for mass-producing varieties of soap with locally available raw materials and perfumery and work out a plan on the design and packing of products in such a way as to be convenient to the customers.
He named the factory “Ryongaksan Soap Factory”, saying that the Party chose the site for the factory at the foot of picturesque Mt Ryongak with clean water and air as the production of quality cosmetics requires clean environment.
He emphasized that the Party is waiting for the completion of the construction of the factory as it is urgently required by the people.
He expressed expectation and belief that the officials of the relevant field and soldier builders would perform new miracles and feats as befitting honourable participants in the 200-day campaign and fighters in the charge for implementing the decision of the Seventh Congress of the WPK and thus successfully build the factory to be proud of in the world by October 10, the founding anniversary of the Party.