Young Koreans in Japan Meet Former Unconverted Long-term Prisoner

Pyongyang, July 20 (KCNA) — A delegation of Korean youth and students in Japan led by Choe In A, department director of the Central Standing Committee of the Korean Youth League in Japan, Friday met Hong Myong Gi, an indomitable pro-reunification patriotic fighter who was an unconverted long-term prisoner.

Hong Myong Gi said that he could remain true to the revolutionary principle despite the untold sufferings in jail for decades as he kept in mind as his firm faith the truth that soldier’s worthwhile life is guaranteed when following the Party and the leader.
Under the warm loving care of the respected Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un who has the same noble revolutionary obligation and comradeship as those of the great leaders, the former unconverted long-term prisoners are enjoying an honorable life, he added.
Choe In A said that they were greatly encouraged by the fighting spirit of the pro-reunification patriotic fighters who undauntedly fought to keep the oath they made before the leader and the country, adding that the new generations of the General Association of Korean Residents in Japan would invariably keep to the road of Juche and patriotism with the unshakable faith that they are sure to win as they are guided by Kim Jong Un.
There was an art performance at the meeting.

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