Korean workers love their jobs and call the place where they work “my workplace”.
They feel great pride and joy in that their labour contributes to the country’s prosperity and the people’s well-being and, therefore, think that how they do their work is more important than what they do where.
That is why those who put down roots in difficult and labour-consuming workplaces, where others hesitate to go, and devote their whole life sincerely and unassumingly, earn the respect of all, and many of them become heroes and labour innovators.
Often seen at factories and enterprises in the DPRK are the slogan “If you want to know my thought, look at my workplace, my machine and my products.”
THE PYONGYANG TIMES