Rare photos of the daily life of North Korean children little known to the world
Rare photos from inside North Korea depicting the daily lives of children there are rarely revealed to the world, according to NK News.
There is a popular slogan in North Korea: "Children are masters of the country".
Therefore, North Korea attaches great importance to the education of children right from the preschool age, in which special attention is paid to teaching students the spirit of self-reliance of the country as well as the revolutionary tradition, the wars and the past. against his father's Japanese and Western forces. That helps students cultivate love and pride for the country.
In particular, at school, North Korean students also learn English, and being good at English will bring better job opportunities for them later.
Below is a series of photos from NK News that introduce North Korean children's learning and play that is rarely known to the world.
A baby girl is taken by her mother to visit the Great Monument at Mansudae Hill, Pyongyang.
Children from the Korean Children's Union offer flowers at statues of the late North Korean leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il in Pyongyang.
Colorful murals at kindergartens and elementary schools across North Korea.
Two North Korean girls wearing school uniforms and cute backpacks on the streets of Pyongyang.
Kindergarten students exercise at a school in Kaesong, North Korea. Before entering school, North Korean students are often given physical exercises to improve their physical fitness.
Students play accordion for morning exercise and singing at a school in Hamhung.
Children dance and sing at a school near Nampho.
Students at an elementary school on the outskirts of Pyongyang. All classrooms have portraits of the late North Korean leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il. Students here sit on hard wooden chairs that are lined with thin cushions.
Chongjin Steel Works Kindergarten in Chongjin. Many North Korean children go to schools next to or near the factory where their parents work.
A classroom at Chongsan-ri Cooperative. Kindergarten and elementary school textbooks of North Korean students are colorful and rich in pictures.
A boy wearing the signature red scarf of the Korean Children's Union and the "Always Ready" badge
An English textbook at the language class at Chonsam-ri Cooperative Farm. Learning a foreign language is very important in North Korea, because being fluent in a foreign language can help a person get a good job and the ability to work abroad.
Two female students practice speaking a foreign language at a school near Pyongyang's Mangyongdae district.
An excellent group of female students participates in Songdowon International Children's Camp in Wonsan.
Schools in North Korea have always valued extra-curricular activities, such as those outdoors at an event in Pyongyang to celebrate Children's Day every June 1. On this day children are absent from school and have the opportunity to participate in outdoor fun activities.
Boys play soccer at a school in Pyongsong.
Three schoolgirls enjoy a picnic at a park in Pyongyang. The children's lunch box includes fried fish and rice.
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