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Korean Worker's Party Youth Organizations (North Korea)

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North Korean Democratic Youth Union

[North Korean Democratic Youth Union (North Korea)] image by Jaume Ollé, 18 September 2009

Blue/red/blue with an emblem towards the hoist.
Source: personal visit to North Korea by JAVA member Haruki Murata
Nozomi Kariyasu
, 18 September 2009


Kum Song Brigade

[Kum Song Brigade (North Korea)] image by Kazutaka Nishiura, 10 January 2010

Red flag with gold fringe, charged with star-shaped emblem in the center and a slogan below:

above the emblem: Kum Song
on the flag within the emblem: Brigade
beneath the emblem: DPRK Central People's Committee

Source: Jul 2009 Pyongyang Museum visit by Michel Lupant
Nozomi Kariyasu
, 10 January 2010


International Boys Camp

[International Boys Camp (North Korea)] image by Kazutaka Nishiura, 10 January 2010

The red flag charged with the emblem of a red star and fire and a book in the center with slogan.

above the book: Let's get ready for Socialist Homeland at any time!
on the book: Get ready at any time
below the book: Young Brother Branch

Source: Jul 2009 Pyongyang Museum visit by Michel Lupant
Nozomi Kariyasu
, 10 January 2010


Songdown International Boys' Camp

[Songdown International Boys Camp (North Korea)] image by Kazutaka Nishiura, 10 January 2010

The red flag charged with slogan and the emblem of a red star, fire and a book with slogan in blue horizontal stripe bottom.

Let's get ready for Socialist Homeland at any time!
Get ready at any time
Songdown International Boys Camp

Source: Jul 2009 Pyongyang Museum visit by Michel Lupant
Nozomi Kariyasu
, 10 January 2010


Songdown International Children's Camp

[Songdown International Boys Camp (North Korea)] image by Dean Thomas, 4 May 2017

In this picture, it looks like a globe depiction has been added behind the central emblem.
Dean Thomas, 5 May 2017

This camp is located in Wŏnsan (Korean: 원산시), North Korea. The correct name of the location is Songdowŏn and it was set up "almost 30 years ago to help young foreigners (especially from Communist countries) get acquainted with the isolated country, attracting over 300 attendees from Russia, China, Vietnam, Ireland and Tanzania, the AP reports"
(source: http://time.com/3057664/you-can-send-your-child-to-summer-camp-in-north-korea/). The official name is "Songdo Children's Recreation Center" (Korean: 송도원아동휴양소), songdowon-adonghyuyangso.

It is located in that area because it is a major tourist attraction with beaches, hotels and health service installations, as well as education facilities.
Esteban Rivera, 6 May 2017

Detail of the Emblem

[Songdown International Boys Camp (North Korea)] image by Dean Thomas, 4 May 2017