The runoff will be changed in the future due to climate change, and this phenomenon affects the flood inflow to Water Resources
Facilities (WRF) and its production. This study has evaluated the electric power generation of WRF in North Korea as climate change.
The WRF can produce the electric power by rotating the hydraulic turbine using the energy of water. In other words, it converts the
potential energy to the kinetic energy, then the kinetic energy to the electric energy. As a result of this study, the amount of power
generation of WRF in North Korea decreased from 2011 to 2040, and increased from 2041 to 2100, comparing with present. In other
words, the productivity will decrease at first (2011~2040) but increase (2041~2100). It is because there will be new facilities for climate
change, and the capacities of them will be getting far better than the existing facilities. The existing North Korean WRFs are vulnerable
to the effects of climate change, and it is judged that the new North Korean WRFs are advantageously located in the influence of climate