If People Agree, It’s good

It was one day when building the Pyongyang Grand Theatre arrived at the final stage.

Walking it round, President Kim Il Sung said that stage roof wasn’t well-matched.

At that moment, the official who was in charge of construction showed him the letter from a worker that wrote his view on it.

The President read it carefully and said it was correct. He added that if the people didn’t agree, it was bad, but when they agreed it was good and that the theatre should be built as they intended because it was to be owned by them. Then he taught how to build it again.

That day he exhorted that the theatre should be nicely built enough to satisfy the people’s need and their convenience as it was the art palace for them.

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