Kim Jong Un Sends Letters to People of Various Social Strata
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, April 10 (KCNA) -- The dear respected Marshal Kim Jong Un sent autograph letters of various social strata, including teachers, students and children, in reply to their letters which reflected their firm determination to achieve a final victory in the confrontation with the U.S. and the drive for building a thriving nation and firmly prepare themselves as pillars for Songun Korea.
He sent autograph letters to An Ho Chun, second cell secretary of the Department 5 of the Korean Central News Agency, and Ko Pong Chun, cell secretary of the transport work-team of the transport shop of the Pyongyang Post Office, who participated in the Fourth Conference of Cell Secretaries of the Workers' Party of Korea and repeatedly received loving care and trust.
He also sent autograph letters to the members of the Third Tunneling Workteam of the Pit 9 of the February 8 Jikdong Youth Coal Mine, Choe On Gyong, merited writer of the Central Committee of the Writers Union of Korea, and Choe So Hyang residing in Soho-dong No. 1, Hungnam District, Hamhung City, South Hamgyong Province, and Ham Ok Suk, teacher of Pyongyang Jesan Primary School.
He sent autograph letters to Jo Im Sil residing in Saesallim-dong, Tongdaewon District, Kim Hui Ryon residing in Kosan-dong, Taesong District, and Yun Hwa Suk residing in Pongnam-dong, Phyongchon District, Pyongyang who participated in the Fourth National Meeting of Mothers, and Kang Dok Sun residing in Unchon-ri, Sohung County, North Hwanghae Province who donated food to the country out of patriotism. He reposed such trust in them as encouraging them to keep to the road of assisting the army and displaying patriotism.
He also sent autograph letters to school youth and children reflecting his loving care and best wishes to see them grow up to be talents of the country. They included An Phyong Ok, student of Kim Il Sung University; Jong Wi Hyok, pupil of Phyongsong Primary School, Phyongsong City, South Phyongan Province; Rim Tae Hyok, pupil of Haeun Primary School, Haeju City, South Hwanghae Province; Kim Ye Gwang, pupil of Pyongyang Sohung Primary School; Pak Il Bom, pupil of Pyongyang Ryukgyo Primary School; Mun Phyong Rin, pupil of Yangji Primary School, Wonsan City, Kangwon Province; Jong Ho Il, pupil of Somun Primary School, Sunchon City, South Phyongan Province; Rim Jin U, child of Changgwang Kindergarten; Cha Kum Sok, child of the Kindergarten of the Ponghwa Chemical Factory; Ri Hyo Un, child of Pyongyang Ryonhwa Kindergarten; Paek Nam Hyok, child of Changgwang Kindergarten; and O Chol Hyon, child of Pyongyang Soryong Kindergarten No. 2.
They in their letters wished good health to Kim Jong Un, who represents the destiny of all Koreans and everything concerning their life and happiness, for the bright tomorrow of eternally prospering Korea of Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il, reflecting the unanimous desire of all people of the country.
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