Pyongyang, February 3 (KCNA) — Many people have visited the exposition of the revolutionary activities of the communist revolutionary fighter mother Kim Jong Suk.
The exposition was opened in the general review hall of the three-revolution exhibition on December 16, Juche 86 (1997) in commemoration of her 80th birth anniversary.
Over 120,000 working people from all walks of life and youth and students have visited the exhibition since it was opened.
Ho Jong Gil, Vice-Director of the three-revolution exhibition, said that some 100 newly published works of mother Kim Jong Suk and over 300 books, reminiscences and documents showing her revolutionary exploits were displayed.
Preserved in the exposition are hundreds of her photos and fine art works and over 160 pictures.
A military uniform, hoe and other relics she used are also preserved.
Visitors pay deep attention to a photo mother Kim Jong Suk had taken with the great leader President Kim Il Sung, both in military uniform, in an alien land on a spring day of the anti-Japanese armed struggle, and an art work of her singing the “Song of nostalgia.”
The exposition has two rooms for video and film show.
Visitors can have a meeting and round-table talk with those related to mother Kim Jong Suk’s revolutionary activities.
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