Immortal letters

Pyongyang, February 4 (KCNA) — Immortal letters were carved in the revolutionary battle sites, monumental creations and scenic spots of Korea.

They are the autographic letters of President Kim Il Sung.
He, with a noble revolutionary obligation to the anti-Japanese revolutionary fighters, left his autographic letters on the revolutionary martyrs cemetery on Jujak Hill of Mt. Taesong in Pyongyang to further exalt their feats.
His autographic letters are found inscribed in the West Sea Barrage which was built across an 8 km-long sea as a creation in the era of the Workers’ Party of Korea, and in Mirim, Songchon, Sunchon and Hyangsan barrages and Lake Unpha.
Hanging boards with his autograph reflecting his warm love for posterity have been set up at Kim Hyong Jik University of Education and Kim Chaek University of Technology. His autograph wishing children a happy future is shining at the Mangyongdae Schoolchildren’s Palace.
His autograph can be seen in the signboards of Okryu Bridge, Mirim Bridge, Chungsong Bridge (loyalty) and Rungna Bridge on Taedong River in Pyongyang.
“Monument to the rebuilding of Tomb of King Tongmyong” and “Koryo Songgyungwan” are his autographs to redress the history of the Korean nation and give the pride and honour of the nation to fellow countrymen.
His autographic letters are also carved on Mts. Paektu, Kumgang, Myohyang and other famous mountains.
His autographic letters worthy of national treasure are glittering with the history of Korea.

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