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Tuesday, July 31, 2007

"Rockin' in the DPRK..."

This would be hilarious if it weren't so sick.

From Korean News


Pyongyang, July 28 (KCNA) -- Dancing parties of youth and students were held across the country on Friday to celebrate the 54th anniversary of the victory in the great Fatherland Liberation War.

The dancing parties held in the plazas in front of the Tower of the Juche Idea, the Monument to Party Founding, the Arch of Triumph and the Monument to Victory in the Fatherland Liberation War and other places of Pyongyang began with song "Long Live Generalissimo Kim Il Sung."

Joy of victors could be read on the faces of youth and students dancing to the tune of melodies of "We Sing of the Revolutionary Cause of the Leader," "Our Victory-Day July 27" and "Our Song Is the Song of Victory," recalling the day of history when fireworks of war victory were displayed.

Dancing got more pleasant and dynamic when the band played songs including a song "Tank Crew and Girl" which encouraged the army and people of the DPRK in the heroic struggle in the days of the war and songs "A Girl on Steed" and "Pride of Youth" reflecting the spirit of the young people in the era of Songun.

Youth and students enthusiastically danced to the tune of the melodies of songs "Let's Sing of General Dear to People" and "Let's Sing of Our Pride in Being under the Guidance of the General" representing their pride and self-confidence of holding in high esteem Kim Jong Il, the great brilliant commander of Songun.

They presented dances to the tune of the melodies of songs "Let's Become the Army of the General" and "Let's Support Our Supreme Commander with Arms," renewing their strong resolution to devotedly defend Kim Jong Il.

Similar dancing parties also took place in Sinuiju, Sariwon, Haeju, Chongjin and other provincial capitals, cities and counties on the same day.

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