On May 24 in Juche 107(2018), the respected General Secretary
That day, feasting his eyes on the railways built across the rough sea of Sokjon Bay, he expressed his satisfaction at the fact that another problem about which the Party had concerned was resolved.
Then he looked round the marine railway bridge and instructed officials to improve the technical control on the railways and facilities.
All of a sudden, the General Secretary watched the railway and sidewalk in turn and he, feeling something lacking, said that it was a pity that the bridge had not been built in such a way that motorcars could run on it as well as trains.
He went on that the bridge would have been marvelous if it had been built broader to let motorcars run on it.
At that time, the General Secretary taught that the railways might be laid on a level with the road surface to turn the bridge into a motorway.
And he said where there is a will, there is a way and instructed in detail the ways to broaden the bridge.
Then he noted that the bridge would be of higher economic efficiency when motorcars became able to run on the bridge.
Listening to him, the officials admired his rare wisdom.
As our people are led by the great leader, they vigorously advance towards the bright future.