Phyongwon, May 10 (KCNA) — An endless stream of people from all walks life are visiting the Wonhwa Revolutionary Museum in Phyongwon County, South Phyongan Province to mark the day when President Kim Il Sung toured the land of Wonhwa to sow seeds together with farmers during the period of the Fatherland Liberation War.
On display there were historic mementoes on leadership feats Kim Il Sung and leader Kim Jong Il performed by developing the Wonhwa Co-op Farm after being registered as its honorary farmers.
The President visited Wonhwa-ri in May, Juche 41 (1952) and sowed seeds together with farmers, encouraging them to turn out in the wartime drive to increase grain production.
While talking to them, he found new sprouts of collective economy. He unfolded a plan to build Wonhwa-ri as an example of agricultural cooperativization in the DPRK, clearly indicating an orientation and ways to do so.
After learning about the work at the Wonhwa cooperative organized in the postwar period, he solved all issues arising in its activities. He became a member of the cooperative and dedicated his all to turning Wonhwa-ri into a land of bliss under socialism in the whole period of his revolutionary life.
Kim Jong Il became an honorary farmer there to translate the President’s bold plan for rural construction into reality and visited the farm more than 10 times to show deep loving care for it.
He sent many vehicles and farm machines there and energetically guided it to take the lead in the whole country.
The visitors were deeply impressed to look round those mementoes associated with the President and Kim Jong Il’s devoted services.
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