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North Korea's top leader enjoys extravaganza 'Arirang'


08:07, September 18, 2012

North Korea's top leader Kim Jong Un enjoys mass gymnastic and artistic performance "Arirang", winner of Kim Il Sung Prize, according to the country's official news agency KCNA's report on Sept. 17. (Photo/KCN)

Edited and translated by Zhang Qian, People's Daily Online

North Korea's top leader Kim Jong Un enjoyed mass gymnastic and artistic performance "Arirang" on September 16, 2012.

The extravaganza staged in vast three-dimensional space was a perfect combination of graceful and spectacular rhythms, dynamic gymnastics, refined artistic representation rich in national flavor, ever-changing background, gorgeous stage decor and peculiar lighting, etc. It clearly showcased the inexhaustible strength and skill of the Korean people and the rapid development of Juche arts.

At the end of the performance, fireworks were displayed in succession, beautifully decorating the nocturnal sky of Pyongyang.

Kim Jong Un waved back to the enthusiastic cheers of the performers and audience and congratulated the former on their successful performance.

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