After North Korea recently registered the culture related to the Pungsan dog as a national intangible cultural heritage, it was also covered in a state media article.
The Rodong Sinmun, the official newspaper of the North Korean Workers' Party, described the Pungsan dog as "following the master who raises it, but very ferocious towards its enemies."
The Rodong Sinmun said, "In the past historical period, the Pungsan dog was not just a domestic animal for the Korean people, but a life partner and a companion on the road. Today, it has become one of the national symbols and national dogs that reflect the excellent characteristics of the Korean people." revealed.
“The Pungsan dog is a native dog of Korea that has all the unique characteristics of the Joseon dog, and it resembles the spirit of our people.” and raised it up.
The National Heritage Protection Bureau of the Ministry of Culture of North Korea recently registered the culture related to the Pungsan dog as a national intangible cultural heritage.
Previously, on November 7, 2014, Kim Jong-un, the general secretary, had the Pungsan dog established as a 'national dog' and elevated it to one of the national symbols. I have gifted.
Former President Moon raised Gom-i and Songgang at the Blue House official residence in Yangsan after leaving office, and recently returned them to the government.
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