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Premiere of Moranbong Band, State Merited Chorus and Wangjaesan Art Troupe Given in Kangwon Province

Pyongyang, September 14 (KCNA) — A premiere of the Moranbong Band, the State Merited Chorus and the Wangjaesan Art Troupe was given at the Songdowon Youth Open-Air Theatre in Wonsan City, Kangwon Province, the DPRK, evoking a lively response among audience.

Han Tong Guk, section chief of the Kangwon Provincial Land and Environmental Conservation Bureau, told KCNA:
I was deeply moved by the news that respected Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un sent veteran art troupes to our province.
The performance, which began with the National Anthem, encouraged us to stand in the van of the times under the uplifted banner of self-reliance.
Jong Tong Hyok, chairman of the Wonsan City Science and Technology Commission, said:
The performance gripped my heart for its attraction. It reflects the national pride and self-esteem of holding respected Marshal Kim Jong Un in high esteem, the glory and happiness our people enjoy under his loving care, and the spirit of Korea winning greater victory.
Kim Sun Hui, a worker of the Wonsan Army-People Power Station said:
I ran to the theater with a bouquet to want to meet artistes of the Moranbong Band, State Merited Chorus and Wangjaesan Art Troupe and take their hands.
I watched the best and fantastic performance. I will become a victor in the struggle of self-reliance and self-development as befit the creators of the spirit of Kangwon Province.
Ri Ryon Hwa, curator of the Songdowon Youth Open-Air Theatre, said:
I cannot calm myself down over the gladness at such a wonderful art performance given at my theater. It seems to hear the appeal of the respected Marshal calling upon us to perform greater miracles and innovations in the struggle to carry out the decisions of the Seventh Congress of the Workers’ Party of Korea in the spirit of Kangwon Province.
Cherishing his trust, we will translate the people’s beautiful dream and ideal into reality on our Kangwon Province with our own hands.

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