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Many Pyongyang people read newspapers to follow Chairman Kim in Vietnam

Many Pyongyang people read newspapers to follow Chairman Kim in Vietnam 0

Many Pyongyang people read newspapers to follow Chairman Kim in Vietnam

Pyongyang people gathered in front of a bulletin board of Rodong Sinmun newspaper on February 27, providing information about Chairman Kim Jong-un’s trip to Vietnam to attend the second US-North Korea summit.

Pyongyang people gathered in front of a bulletin board of Rodong Sinmun newspaper on February 27, providing information about Chairman Kim Jong-un’s trip to Vietnam to attend the second US-North Korea summit.

Many Pyongyang people read newspapers to follow Chairman Kim in Vietnam

Rodong Sinmun, the mouthpiece of the Korean Workers’ Party, devoted the entire front page to news articles and photos about leader Kim Jong-un’s trip to Hanoi.

Rodong Sinmun, the mouthpiece of the Korean Workers’ Party, devoted the entire front page to news articles and photos about leader Kim Jong-un’s trip to Hanoi.

Many Pyongyang people read newspapers to follow Chairman Kim in Vietnam

North Korean media has closely reported on President Kim Jong-un’s visit to Vietnam since February 23.

North Korean media has closely reported on President Kim Jong-un’s visit to Vietnam since February 23.

Many Pyongyang people read newspapers to follow Chairman Kim in Vietnam

The website of North Korea’s central news agency KCNA yesterday solemnly posted on the front page an article and a photo of Chairman Kim Jong-un taken with embassy staff in Hanoi.

The website of North Korea’s central news agency KCNA yesterday solemnly posted on the front page an article and a photo of Chairman Kim Jong-un taken with embassy staff in Hanoi.

Many Pyongyang people read newspapers to follow Chairman Kim in Vietnam

People in Pyongyang share information about leader Kim Jong-un’s trip.

People in Pyongyang share information about leader Kim Jong-un’s trip.

Many Pyongyang people read newspapers to follow Chairman Kim in Vietnam

Two North Korean men read news on their mobile phones about President Kim Jong-un’s visit to Vietnam.

`The Chairman received a report on the activities of the negotiating delegation for the second US-North Korea summit after arriving in Hanoi, Vietnam on February 26,` KCNA wrote on its website and posted the photo.

Two North Korean men read news on their mobile phones about President Kim Jong-un’s visit to Vietnam.

`The Chairman received a report on the activities of the negotiating delegation for the second US-North Korea summit after arriving in Hanoi, Vietnam on February 26,` KCNA wrote on its website and posted the photo.

People gathered in front of a large screen located in a square in the capital Pyongyang on February 27  to listen to `lady in pink` Ri Chun-hee read the news about President Kim Jong-un’s trip.

People gathered in front of a large screen located in a square in the capital Pyongyang on February 27  to listen to `lady in pink` Ri Chun-hee read the news about President Kim Jong-un’s trip.

Detailed information about Kim Jong-un’s first working day in Hanoi, including a meeting with officials in charge of negotiations with the US before the summit, also appeared widely in newspapers.

Detailed information about Kim Jong-un’s first working day in Hanoi, including a meeting with officials in charge of negotiations with the US before the summit, also appeared widely in newspapers.

Lim Eul-chul, professor at the Institute of Far Eastern Studies at Kyungnam University, South Korea, said: `Chairman Kim seems to be trying to share with people his diplomatic activities as much as possible, a

Lim Eul-chul, professor at the Institute of Far Eastern Studies at Kyungnam University, South Korea, said: `Chairman Kim seems to be trying to share with people his diplomatic activities as much as possible, a

Photo: AFP

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