The participants in the Youth Day celebrations toured several places in the capital city of Pyongyang, receiving warm welcome from citizens.
They visited Mangyongdae, the historic and sacred place of the revolution.
Being briefed on the historic materials and relics on display at the Mangyongdae Revolutionary Museum, they looked back with deep emotion upon the revolutionary career of President Kim Il Sung who embarked on the road of revolution in his teens and devoted his all for the good of people, regarding the idea of “The people are my God” as his lifetime motto.
They looked round the historic relics preserved in Kim Il Sung’s native home at Mangyongdae with deep respect for him.
They also visited the Youth Movement Museum.
They made deep bows to the statues of the great leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il among youth and children in the general review hall.
The visitors cherished deep in their hearts the immortal exploits of the peerlessly great men who led the Juche-oriented youth movement to victory and glory, administering the great politics of attaching importance to and loving young people in the whole period of their leadership over the revolution, and hardened their will to carry forward the proud history and traditions of the youth movement of Korea in faithful support of the ideas and leadership of the respected Comrade Kim Jong Un.
At the Revolutionary Martyrs Cemetery on Mt Taesong and the Fatherland Liberation War Martyrs Cemetery, they kept in their hearts again the truth that revolutionary soldiers who sacrificed their precious youth to the sacred struggle for the country and the people remain alive for ever in the embrace of the Workers’ Party of Korea.
They also toured the Phyongchon Revolutionary Site.