Revolutionary Sites

President Kim II Sung's Native Home in Mangyongdae

President Kim Il Sung was born and spent his childhood here.
He was born on April 15, Juche 1 (1912) as the eldest son of father Kim Hyong Jik and mother Kang Pan Sok. Four generations lived in this humble straw-thatched cottage which was often found in Korea before liberation. Preserved at home are relics used by him and his family members.

Ssuk Islet Revolutionary

Site The islet is associated with the achievements of President Kim II Sung who held a consultative meeting of delegates of major parties, and public organizations in north and south Korea on May 2, Juche 37 (1948), in which he specified directions to carry out the decision of the historic April Joint Conference of South and North Korea. The islet is on the River Taedong. Found here are the Reunification-Front Tower and the then relics.

Ponghwa Revolutionary Site

This is the historic site where Kim Hyong Jik, father of the President conducted revolutionary activities from the spring Juche 5 (1916) to the autumn Juche 6 (1917).Bronze statue of Kim Hyong Jik, a revolutionary museum and monuments stand in the site. Preserved in it are Myongsin School, his residential houses, site of morning exercises, the ash tree, the well spring, the Maekjon Ferry and so on.


Jonsung Revolutionary

Situated in Jonsung-dong, Moranbong District, Pyongyang, the Jonsung Revolutionary Site shows the victory of the Fatherland Liberation War. It is composed of Jonsung Revolutionary Museum, office room of the President, the building where he ratified the document of the Armistice Agreement, office building of the Military Commission, a mine office room and a mine dining room and etc. All the relics are preserved as they were.