Residents in Tudan-dong Move into New Houses
Agricultural workers and other inhabitants in Tudan-dong, Rangnang District, Pyongyang moved into new modern houses.
The removers were filled with gratitude for the Party's utmost loving care.
Hundreds of families settled in over 10 apartment houses.
Every household has floor-heated living rooms, common and individual, kitchen, washroom and outdoor storehouse.
For the convenience of inhabitants there were also built a shop, nursery, and kindergarten.
In October last year leader Kim Jong Il gave an instruction to pull down one storied houses and build many-storied houses to obtain more arable land and assigned the task to the Pyongyang Municipal Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea.
Officials and shock brigade members of different districts of the city finished the construction in charge ahead of schedule while ensuring its quality on the highest level.
The construction of many-storied dwellings makes it possible to cultivate scores of hectares of new land and provide the inhabitants with more decent living conditions.
Correspondent Choe Su Bok