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Story of Kim Il Sung

Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)

Pyongyang, March 1 (KCNA) -- One day in July Juche 54 (1965) an official, in the hope of arranging a rest for President Kim Il Sung, who had made ceaseless tours of field guidance for the improvement of the people's living, suggested going to a lakeside.

Looking gently at him, the President said it would be good to spend summertime on a lake but he had no time to do so.

A few days later the official conceived again an idea of making an opportunity for the President to relieve his fatigue.

But the President summoned him and told him to prepare for his field guidance to the Sakju Foodstuff Factory and then a few counties.

Reading a regrettable mind on his face the President recalled an old saying that if subjects worked hard the king would feel at ease and said he was a subject of the people and the latter was the king so he should work hard to make the people live an easy life.

He then said working much for the people was just a rest for him.



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