Fireworks were displayed in Pyongyang on October 10 in celebration of the 75th founding anniversary of the Workers’ Party of Korea.
The event started as firecrackers of various colours were shot off in the entire area between Okryu Bridge and Taedonggang Bridge with the Tower of the Juche Idea in the middle.
People presented a sea of dancing at Kim Il Sung Square.
Colourful fireworks and myriads of firecrackers decorated the sky beautifully.
Song “Mother’s Birthday” reverberated far and wide and fireworks depicting the number “75” appeared in the sky above the Taedong River.
The enthusiastic dancing revved up the atmosphere.
Firecrackers fell in torrents to the tune of songs “Korea’s Trait” and “Do Prosper, Era of the Workers’ Party”, presenting a spectacular view.
Firecrackers were shot off one after another to depict galaxy, flowers and frostwork, depicting the happy laughter of people in the villages of socialist fairyland.
The emblem of the WPK and letters “Long Live the Workers’ Party of Korea” were depicted with firecrackers to the tune of the song “Long Live the Workers’ Party of Korea”.