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Keep up with this story and more by subscribing now “Such a huge and grand creation campaign as the construction of the Wonsan-Kalma coastal tourist area is an acute standoff with hostile forces trying to stifle the Korean people through brigandish sanctions and blockade, a do-or-die struggle to defend the prestige of the Party and a worthwhile struggle for creating the happiness of the people,he said,and stated that if such large-scale magnificent project…is completed surpassing the world’s advanced level at such a difficult time as now, the strength of the single-minded unity of the Party, army and people will be displayed to the whole world once again and the coastal tourist area will be a very nice gift to our people,” the Korean Central News Agency wrote. A scenic shot of the Wonsan-Kalma resort area published August 17 by the Korean Central News Agency. North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong Un said he hopes the project will be finished by October 19, 2019. Korean Central News Agency Plans for a sprawling resort including beachsidehotels and underwater villasin Wonsan were first announced in July 2014, the same year theMasikryong Ski Resort was built nearly 4,500 feet high in the region’s mountains. While Kim has bolstered his country’s tourism drive, complete with a new website advertising what’s to doin the so-called Hermit Kingdom, U.S. citizens will have to miss out on surfing, sunbathing and agricultural “labor tours.”It’s not Kim that doesn’t want them there, however. A 3D model shows North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong Uns ambitious plan for the east coast city of Wonsan as of October 10, 2017. WONSAN ZONE DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION/NAENARA/DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF KOREA/REUTERS As of September 2017, the State Department banned U.S. travel to North Korea under Trump’s direct orders.
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