A Blueprint Carried by Air
One day in June Juche 44 (1955) Premier
At that time it was a little after the end of the Korean war, so even a brick and an ounce of cement were used sparingly in the postwar rehabilitation.
The Premier clarified the detailed orientation and methods one after another arising in building the camp well into the children’s place for learning, and ordered the KPA to take charge of its construction and finish it until August 15 to receive the first campers.
The officials were excited, but they got worried. There was not enough time to build it even if they had a complete blueprint, and now they hadn’t got that.
Understanding their inner thoughts through their looks,
Thanks to the boundless love and wise leadership of