Pyongyang, January 25 (KCNA) — A tourist resort is to be built in the Wonsan-Kalma coastal area in Kangwon Province, the DPRK on a large scale.
The Wonsan-Kalma area is good for coastal tourism.
The Kalma Peninsula in the southern part of Wonsan bay is the connecting bar formed with granite sand.
The northern part of the peninsula ranging north and south is low hill and its coastline is straight and smooth as a whole.
It faces the Hodo Peninsula to the north and Sin, Tae and other islets are located between them which serve as seawall of Wonsan Port.
There are four-kilometer-long famous sandy beach resorts called Myongsasipri and modern Kalma Airport in the peninsula.
When the tourist area is built, it will satisfy the demand of domestic and foreign tourists and will be the most ideal place to link various tourist destinations to the Wonsan-Mt Kumgang international tourist zone.
Now, a preparatory work is brisk for completing the construction of the Wonsan-Kalma coastal tourist area, a radical turn in putting the country’s tourism on world level.