Kim Jong Un, chairman of the Workers’ Party of Korea, chairman of the DPRK State Affairs Commission and supreme commander of the Korean People’s Army, gave field guidance to the Kangdong Precision Machine Plant.
He went round various parts of the plant, including the newly-built products exhibition hall and processing shop, to learn in detail about its production and updating and the quality of products.
He said that the exhibition hall has been built as a splendid structure and that he likes everything displayed there as varieties of exhibits look nice, easy to operate and very efficient, adding that precision machine processing technology is at the world-level.
He looked round the newly-built room for disseminating science and technology.
An effective use of the room is an important work to thoroughly implement the Party’s policy of making all the people well versed in science and technology, he said, stressing the need for the employees to make it part of their everyday life to acquire the knowledge of cutting-edge science and technology so that they may steadily improve their technical skills and broaden their outlooks and thus become personnel possessed of modern science and technology.
He toured the bean processing factory, Ponghwa Health Complex and dwelling houses.
It is good to turn out varieties of soy bean-based products after building bean sprouts processing factory, bean curd processing factory, etc., he noted.
He said he was pleased with everything at the health complex having bath facilities, swimming pool, barber’s, beauty parlor, table tennis room, gym-cum clinic, dining room, etc. It has been built in such a way that it looks bright, cozy and comfortable, he noted, adding that it was a good idea that the ceiling was built with glass. He was very pleased that the employees of the plant and their families have become able to lead a cultured life like urban people.
Saying that employees of the plant would like the dwelling houses built in an impeccable style and fitted with quality and attractive furniture, he told officials to let settlers move to new houses on the occasion of the birth anniversary of leader Kim Jong Il.
Appreciating high enthusiasm of the workers at the plant to boost the production, he set forth tasks facing the plant.
He had a photo session with the officials and employees of the plant.
Accompanying him were Jo Yong Won and Yu Jin, vice department directors of the C.C., WPK