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Rungna People's Pleasure Ground

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Rungna People's Pleasure Ground

Rungna People's Pleasure Ground
Opened 2012
Operating season Year-round
Rungna People's Pleasure Ground
Chosŏn'gŭl 릉라인민유원지
Hancha 綾羅人民遊園地
Revised Romanization Neungna Inmin Yuwonji
McCune–Reischauer Rŭngna Inmin Yuwŏnji

The Rungna People's Pleasure Ground is an amusement park located in Pyongyang, North Korea. It was opened in 2012 in a ceremony with Kim Jong Un and his wife Ri Sol-ju.[1][2] It has a dolphinarium, swimming pool, and a mini golf course.


  1. ^ Kim, Sam (26 July 2012). "North Korea's Kim Jong Un Shows Off New Wife Ri Sol Ju".  
  2. ^ KCTV (Kim Jong Un and his wife Ri Sol Ju Visits Rungna People′s Pleasure Ground) on YouTube

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  • War Veterans in N. Koreas new Amusement Park - Rungna People′s Pleasure Ground on YouTube
  • Youth Delegates visit Pyongyangs new Amusement Park, Rungna People's Pleasure Ground on YouTube

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