Schools in Pyongyang

Source: Globaltimes.cn Published: 2017/10/31 18:36:03

Highlights: Ever wonder what a Pyongyang high school looks like? Take a peek at these photos of NK's grade schools and universities.

  • Images of Kim Il-sung and Kim Jong-il are displayed in front of June 9th Middle School in Pyongyang, North Korea. The school was built on June 9, 1969. Photo: Globaltimes.cn

  • A corridor inside June 9th Middle School. North Korea provides free education to students from pre-school to high school. Photo: Globaltimes.cn

  • Students at June 9th Middle School perform a small concert for foreign visitors on October 2, 2017. Students here spend half their school day attending classes and the rest participating in other activities. Photo: Globaltimes.cn

  • A corner in a stairwell in June 9th Middle School. These corners mostly display posters teaching good behavior and English grammar rules. Photo: Globaltimes.cn

  • Another sign displaying English grammar rules is displayed in the school. Photo: Globaltimes.cn

  • A painting of Kim Il-sung is displayed in the library of Kim Il-sung University, Pyongyang, North Korea. After high school, most people in North Koreans continue on to college, join the army or enter the workforce. Photo: Globaltimes.cn

  • Students study in a computer room in the library of Kim Il-sung University on October 2, 2017. Photo: Globaltimes.cn

  • The library provides HP computers that use the North Korean operating system “Red Star.” Photo: Globaltimes.cn

  • A student exits the library of Kim Il-sung University on October 2, 2017. Photo: Globaltimes.cn

  • A picture of Kim Il-sung is displayed in the hall of Grand People's Study House in Pyongyang, North Korea. Photo: Globaltimes.cn

  • Pictured are bookshelves in a reading area of the Grand People's Study House in Pyongyang. The study house serves as library in the city as well as an educational institute for the public, especially those not enrolled in university, where social and natural science classes are held. Photo: Globaltimes.cn

  • Pictured is a music appreciation room in the Grand People's Study House.Photo: Globaltimes.cn

  • North Korean music recordings are displayed in the music appreciation room of the Grand People's Study House. Photo: Globaltimes.cn






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