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Inhabitants of Changjon Street Grateful to Kim Jong Un for New Houses
| Pyongyang, July 4 (KCNA) -- Removal to new houses is going on in Changjon Street, Pyongyang.
The new inhabitants are grateful to the dear respected Kim Jong Un for their nice houses provided by the state free of charge.
Choe Jong Hui, 51, whose family moved into a new flat in block 9, Kyongsang-dong, told KCNA:
"The state gave this new house to me before anyone else as I am a demobilized officer.
My son, a student of Pyongyang University of Mechanical Engineering, was awarded the Kim Il Sung Youth Honor Prize some time ago.
Soldier-builders and government officials have often visited my house to learn about any inconvenience in the new house.
I'll bring up my children to be soldiers faithful to the dear respected Kim Jong Un's guidance over the Songun (military first) revolution."
Ri Tong Hyok, an officer of the Korean People's Internal Security Forces, said:
"We had devoted all our wisdom and energies to the construction of this street from its start, with determination to fully discharge our mission and role as servicepersons for the people as instructed by our Supreme Commander.
So, people moving into new houses are expressing deep thanks to the servicepersons.
But, it is just the dear respected Kim Jong Un that should get such thanks from them. He is working heart and soul to make all the people enjoy all kinds of benefits under socialism."
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