Kim Jong Un Visits Haemaji Restaurant

[nggallery id=29]Kim Jong Un, first secretary of the Workers’ Party of Korea, first chairman of the DPRK National Defence Commission and supreme commander of the Korean People’s Army, together with his wife Ri Sol Ju, visited Haemaji Restaurant before its opening to business.

He went round different places of the restaurant to learn in detail about its construction, display of goods, service program, varieties of dishes and their quality.

He first looked round the supermarket for fruits, vegetables, milk and meat and drinks.

He expressed great satisfaction, saying that the supermarket looks unique and delicate and its display is peculiar. It was built in such a way as to be a model impeccable in any aspect, he added.

He stressed that it is of particular importance to fix proper prices of foodstuff and work out well business strategy in order to put the supermarket on a regular footing.

At a booth, he noted that corn fry smells nice and tasted it.

At a dinning room he said that overhead lighting, wall decoration and furniture look convenient and comfortable.

He was pleased to see rice prepared with assorted mixtures on griddle, saying the people would like it.

He went round with keen attention the meat and fish shop selling varieties of fresh fishes and various parts of meat.

He went up to the first floor by a peculiar escalator and looked round one by one various dinning rooms serving varieties of dishes of different countries. He said he was very pleased to see those rooms arranged to suit the characteristic features of the relevant countries.

He dropped in at the bread shop selling varieties of tasty and quality bread. He praised the restaurant for arranging the stands in such a creative and unique manner as to fully ensure hygiene and convenience.

At the coffee shop he sat on a stool, saying it looks comfortable.

He expressed great satisfaction over the construction of the restaurant, saying there is very friendly environment and he liked everything there.

He extended thanks to the soldier-builders for having successfully built the restaurant as required by the new century and to the officials of the field concerned for arranging it in an impeccable manner as intended by the party.

He set forth tasks to be fulfilled to manage and operate the restaurant.

He was accompanied by Choe Ryong Hae, Jang Song Thaek, Kim Ki Nam, Choe Thae Bok, Kim Yang Gon, Kim Yong Il, Kim Phyong Hae, Mun Kyong Dok, Han Kwang Bok, Han Kwang Sang, Kim Kyong Ok, Pak Thae Song and Kim Pyong Ho.