Leader orders have fun: the long-awaited day of rest in North Korea
• The leader orders have fun: the long-awaited day of rest in North Korea
The Internet is not so often seep pictures or entertain tourists of North Korea. These pictures show us what is happening in one of the North Korean amusement parks. They are notable for the fact that are made during a 200-day "campaign devotion" the country's leadership, the purpose of which - accelerated implementation of the five-year economic development plan. Kim Jong Eun ordered work to be more effective, to boost the growth of economy located in stagnation.
Now, the North Koreans were given a day of rest so that they can take a breather during the 200-day campaign to enhance the rate of impact of Socialist Labor. Pyongyang elite families were sealed to enjoy life in the park People of entertainment.
Children eat ice cream and cool off in the park.
Across the country, hanging posters with the question: "Do you execute your plan for today," North Korea's attempts to stimulate the economy, in this case - is an attempt to pull the country under international sanctions, from the pit of the ongoing economic stagnation.
The residents of Pyongyang and ride the rides in the park People of entertainment.
Mode argues that such work to strengthen the effectiveness of the measures are very popular, but there is no doubt that anyone who decided to expression of discontent, would be accused of disloyalty and sent to one of the prison camps.
Children playing at the fountain in Pyongyang.
North Korea founder Kim Il Sung laid the foundation for the traditions of such campaigns in the late 1950s. This analogue of the Soviet Stakhanovite movement was named "Chollima" in honor of the mythical horse that can fly 1000 "Do" (about 480 kilometers). Whereas such measures were needed to rebuild the country after the bloody war of 1950-1953. This campaign was called "Mallima" - the winged horse 10 times faster. In the photo: little girls run by the area under the watchful eye of Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il.
"We have fulfilled the annual plan a few weeks ago!" - said the manager of a shoe factory Chang. It operates 220 people, and the day is made about 700 pairs of shoes. They are implemented in the state department. Photo: Pyongyang residents eagerly enjoy a day of rest.
"I usually work 8 hours a day: from 8 am to noon and from 2 pm to 6 pm. Now, sometimes I stay at work. Nobody needs to tell me what I should do so. I just do it, and everything "- said Kang Chan Chyn, a former soldier who now works in a shoe factory.
North Korean authorities claim that their country is moving towards self-sufficiency, although it is under the influence of international economic sanctions.
"Marshall wants us to reach new heights in science and technology development. And I want to participate in it "- shared Kang Jong-un.