North Korea Kim's younger sister Yo-jung and a flood recovery site visited October 2, 10:21
North Korean state media reported that Kim Jong-un, the chairman of the Workers' Party of Korea, and his sister, Yo-jong, visited the restoration site in the area damaged by the flood.
There seems to be an aim to emphasize the attitude of considering people's lives.
According to the Workers' Party of Korea's Rodong Sinmun newspaper on the 2nd, Kim Jung-eun's restoration in the eastern part of Gangwon-do, where more than 1,000 houses were damaged by the flood in August. I told him that I visited the site.
In this, Chairman Kim said, "This is an unprecedentedly difficult year, but it is also very rewarding to fight," and praised the army for recovery.
North Korea seems to have the aim of emphasizing its stance of giving consideration to people's lives, as three typhoons landed and suffered great damage from August to last month.
Meanwhile, his younger sister, Kim Yo-jung, accompanied him during the inspection, and the photo on the front page of the Rodong Sinmun shows Mr. Yo-jung watching the inspection from behind Kim. I will.
Mr. Yojeong has increased his presence by leading the bombing of a joint liaison office with South Korea near the military demarcation line in June, but the movement has been reported since late July. It's been about 2 months.