Hamhung, June 29 (KCNA) — An art performance was given by art circle members of the Korean Art Association of the Disabled at the Hamhung Grand Theatre from June 23 to 29 to mark the Day of Persons with Disabilities.
Its numbers included mixed chorus “Ode to the Motherland”, female solo “Oh Party, It’s Thanks to Your Care”, piano solo “O My Motherland Full of Hope”, folk dance “Ongheya” and jugglery “Mystery inside Box”.
The performers made an impressive depiction of their happy life of bringing their hope and talents into full bloom thanks to the policy of protecting persons with disabilities under the most advantageous socialist system, holding the respected Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un as their father.
They reflected their happiness of leading a worthwhile life in the great harmonious socialist family in light music “Pyongyang Is Best” and dance “He Doesn’t Seem to Know”.
The performers were highly acclaimed for displaying artistic talents as high as professional ones in colorful numbers like vocal solo, instrumental musical rendition and dance.
Watching the performance were officials and people from all walks of life, youths and students in South Hamgyong Province, persons with disabilities and their families.
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