Sunday, April 15, 2012

The 100th Birthday of Kim Il Sung in North Korea

The 100th Birthday of Kim Il Sung in North Korea

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Via Korean Central News Agency KCNA

Pyongyang, North Korea April 15 (KCNA) Today the entire world witnessed and exuberantly celebrated the 100th Anniversary of the birth of Kim Il Sung the eternal president and immortal father of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK).

The 100th Birthday of Kim Il Sung in North KoreaThis grand and esteemed occasion is also being commemorated this week by the annual Mass Games performance and the Kimilsungia flower show. Also an extra special child prodigy classic guitar exhibition will be featured with over 1,000 child prodigy guitarists playing many world-famous and classical works composed by the victorious general himself for a consecutive 48 hours without sleep and synchronized all together! This year's Mass Games will also include many gymnastic and supreme truth socialist expositions featuring one hundred thousand synchronized acrobats all performing inside the May Day Stadium - the world’s largest stadium ever built. This grand extravaganza also features over 50,000 perfectly synchronized sign flipper comrades that will present added color and imagery to this world famous and truly spectacular display of the Juche idea in the worker's paradise.

Below is a magnificent video of Friday the 13th's celebratory performances from the first day of the April Spring Friendship Art Festival (ASFAF). This festival features many talented, high level Asian singers, musicians, clowns and circus performers from inside Best Korea and other countries:

This very special day of worldwide celebration and pageantry of the eternal supreme commander's 100th birthday was also marked by the world's greatest ever fireworks display as seen below in this exclusive Reuters news video:


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  1. Ah yes. It's on special days like this that I wish North Korea had won the Korean war.