North Korean Chairman Kim Jong-un visited the site of the typhoon again within a month.

This time, she showed up on the scene in underwear, and it seems that she is trying to appease public sentiment and show off her results.

Ahn Jung-sik is a reporter specializing in North Korea.


Chairman Kim Jong-un, wearing underwear, examines the growing state of the submerged paddy rice fields.

We look around the new houses being built and the work of the People's Army in the midst of cement plastering.

It has been only a month since Chairman Kim visited the flood damage site in Eunpa County, North Hwanghae Province.

Construction of a new house is in full swing in a residential area that was ruined just a month ago.

[Chosun JoongAng TV: It is a miracle that only the Korean People's Army can create the Sunkyung Village's appearance in just 30 days.]

Chairman Kim has been searching for typhoon and flood damage sites in Hwanghae-do and Hamgyeong-do since last month.

In addition to showing that it is actively taking care of the damage to the public, it seems that it is trying to show off its achievements by rediscovering the areas where restoration has progressed.

The situation in Hamgyeong-do, which is being restored by sending 12,000 Pyongyang party members, is reported every day.

[Kim Young-Shim/Unpo Workers' District, Hongwon-gun, Hamgyeongnam-do: The Marshal came to this difficult damage site, set up recovery measures, and sent them to the elite party member division of the capital.]

Restoration work is in progress as if it were a military operation with a large tent outside


There was also a propaganda team to encourage the work.

[Chosun JoongAng TV: We are engaged in a fierce firework-style political project to deepen the public and further heighten the enthusiasm of the fighters.]

After finishing some restoration work until the 75th anniversary of the party's founding anniversary on the 10th of next month, the anniversary of the founding of the party is celebrated. North Korea's initiative is that it will be a festival.

(Video editing: Jo Moo-hwan)