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A glance into Pyongyang's fitness center

(People's Daily Online)

08:12, October 23, 2012

T'ongil Street Fitness Center in east Pyongyang. A ceremony to mark the completion and opening of the T'ongil Street Fitness Center was held on October 16, according to the country's official news agency KCNA on October 17. (KCNA)

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

A ceremony to mark the completion and opening of the T''ongil Street Fitness Center was held on October 16. North Korea''s top leader Kim Jong Un visited the center in September when he stressed the need for it to discharge its mission and role as a public service center and make good management of the service activities.

Vice-Marshal of the Korean People''s Army Kim Jong Gak, member of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Workers'' Party of Korea and minister of the People''s Armed Forces, made a speech at the ceremony.

After the ceremony, the participants looked around the center.

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