Pyongyang in Festive Mood
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, October 8 (KCNA) -- Pyongyang is now seized by a festive mood with the 65th anniversary of the Workers' Party of Korea (October 10) at hand.
An increasing number of people, including servicepersons and students, have visited a statue of President Kim Il Sung on Mansu Hill with floral baskets and bouquets to pay respect to the founder of the WPK.
The streets are decorated with flags of the WPK and the DPRK and red flags as well as placards reading "Celebration", "Iron-willed Party" and "Invincible Party".
The Korean Revolution Museum, the Party Founding Museum and the Party Founding Memorial Tower have also been visited by a large number of people to learn about the glorious history of the WPK, which has successfully led the revolution and construction.
Such colorful events as national art, photo and book exhibitions are going on to mark the anniversary.
The State Symphony Orchestra, the State Folk Art Troupe and other national art troupes are now busy with preparations for celebration performances.
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