▐████▌ (aallarnerpoq) wrote in linguaphiles,

North Korea

I've been watching this documentary about North Korea. Then, at a certain moment, they talk about the farmer life, showing images of woman wearing bands around their arms with a certain text on it.

I want to know what that text is, both in Korean and English if possible... I've added two screenshots.

Thank you in advance.

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