One day after two months since the end of the Fatherland Liberation War, the President Kim Il Sung came to see a paper producing factory.
Looking at the roller of a paper-machine which made papers wind round ceaselessly, he was glad to get papers coming out soon and said that they had to be used for making the notebooks for students first.
Factory officials were conscious that he came as he had problem with notebook production, just when all things were demolished and steel, cement, food and electricity primarily needed after the war.
In fact, the President put aside all important state affairs and came along the distant and rugged road to solve the problem with notebook production. He was really was the father of all students.