Agricultural workers moved into new houses in the Ryonpho Greenhouse Farm on the coast of the East Sea of Korea.
The modern residential quarter of the Korean style has more than 1 000 flats, a school, a house of culture, comprehensive welfare service facilities, etc. of various and peculiar styles.
These buildings are designed to harmonize with the modern large greenhouse farm. As a result, the agricultural workers can enjoy a worthwhile life there.
A ceremony of moving into the new houses took place on Nov. 20.
Attending it were Ri Jong Nam, chief secretary of the South Hamgyong Provincial Party Committee, Pak Tong Chol, chairman of the provincial rural economy committee, other officials of the province, soldier-builders and the employees of the greenhouse farm and other people who would move into the new houses.
Kim Yong Sik, chairman of the provincial people’s committee, made a congratulatory speech and then licenses for the use of the houses were conveyed.