Chairman Kim of North Korea pointed out cut-out work during a visit to the disaster-affected area of the typhoon.

Chairman Kim of North Korea pointed out the cut-out work on the inspection of the disaster area of the typhoon or October 15 at 12:56 p.m.

North Korean media reported that Kim Jong-un, chairman of the Workers’ Party of Korea, pointed out that recovery work would be cut corners when he inspected areas damaged by the typhoon, and there is likely to be an internal tightening as disaster recovery becomes urgent.

The Workers’ Newspaper of the Workers’ Party of Korea, dated May 15, reported that Chairman Kim Jong-un visited restoration sites on the Sea of Japan side, including Simpo (Shinpo) in the south province of Hamgyong, east of Hamgyong, among the areas damaged by the summer typhoon.

In this report, Chairman Kim said it was a serious problem, with party members mobilized from Pyongyang building new homes one after another for restoration work, while reports that cut corners were being carried out at some restoration sites.

During the military parade on the 10th of this month, Mr. Kim gave a tearful speech that “my efforts and sincerity are insufficient,” and on the 14th, he said that he “did not know the reality of the people who were struggling” and acknowledged his own lack of power.

As Chairman Kim, while disaster recovery is an urgent task, there is likely to be an internal tightening by pointing out fraud strictly.