Pyongyang, June 2 (KCNA) — The Pyongyang exchange group of disabled persons gave performances in London and other cities of Britain from May 26 to 30.
Enjoying the performances were the national leader and the general secretary of the Revolutionary Communist Party of Britain (Marxist-Leninist), the chairman of the British Association for the Study of Songun Policy, personages of social standings, citizens, the DPRK ambassador to Britain and his embassy officials and compatriots.
Put on the stage were such Korean art pieces as mixed quartet “Spring at Home Town,” female solo “Beautiful and Nice to Live” and dance “Ongheya” and world famous music.
The performers vividly portrayed how they bring into full bloom their hope and talents and lead a happy life under the policy of socialist Korea on looking after the disabled.
The audience was deeply impressed to see those with visual and hearing impediment and the physically crippled people dancing while playing accordion and kayagum.
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