The participants in the Youth Day celebrations conducted various political and cultural activities during their sojourn in Pyongyang.
They saw a documentary “The Brilliant History of the Youth Power” at the People’s Palace of Culture.
Watching the documentary, they hardened their will to steadfastly inherit the history and tradition of loyalty and patriotism by unsparingly devoting the strength and passion of their youth on the road for the Party and the revolution, the country and the people, true to the noble intentions of the peerlessly great men.
They also enjoyed colourful art performances, including revolutionary dramas and operas and music and dance performances given by artistes of national art troupes at Pyongyang Grand Theatre, East Pyongyang Grand Theatre, Ponghwa Art Theatre, National Theatre and other theatres in the capital city of Pyongyang.
Creators and artistes from national art troupes gave performances they had prepared with sincerity in warm congratulation of the young people who volunteered to work in the difficult and challenging sectors of socialist construction with their hearts burning, in response to the call of the times and the country.
The participants enjoyed themselves at the Kaeson Youth Park Amusement Park and the Rungna People’s Pleasure Ground.