Sunday, May 08, 2011

North Korean hygiene-promoting soup?

This is from an article on Dear Leader field guidance at "Light Industrial Factories." I didn't make up the part about the "washing soups"--I just report what I find:
The third leg of his guidance was the Ponghwa Soup Factory.

Watching varieties of quality washing soups churning out in an endless stream, he expressed great satisfaction over the fact that the workers and technicians of the factory have successfully built the soup production processes to greatly contribute to the people's cultured practice in hygiene and radically increased the production by devoting their wisdom and enthusiasm.

Greatly satisfied to hear a report that "Ponghwa" washing soups are high in people's demand as they are high in their quality, he was pleased that it has become possible to provide the people with a sufficient amount of quality washing soups.
OK, so they aren't so good at spelling . . .

Update: The latest Haveil Havalim greatly contributes to the people's cultured practice.

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