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North Korea's top leader, wife visit working people's new flats

(People's Daily Online)

08:05, September 06, 2012

North Korea's top leader Kim Jong Un and his wife Ri Sol Ju visit working people's new flats in Changjon Street, according to the country's official news agency KCNA's report on Sept. 5, 2012. (Xinhua/KCNA) (Xinhua/KCNA)

North Korea's top leader Kim Jong Un and his wife Ri Sol Ju visited families of working people who moved to new flats in Changjon Street on Sept. 3.

The first leg of his visit was the family of Sim Tong Su, teacher at Pyongyang University of Mechanical Engineering who lives in flat No. 1 on the second floor from the first entrance of Neighborhood Unit 1 of Jongro-dong in Changjon Street.

The new apartment houses in Changjon Street are the ones to which leader Kim Jong Il paid deep attention from sites to designing and building, he said, adding if he were alive, he would visit them before any others.

After looking round every room, he sat down on the floor of the room unreservedly and had a talk with family members.

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