Buds of Talents in Full Bloom.

Many little talents are being produced in the DPRK.

Recently, Kim Su Ryo entered a primary school after finishing Phalgol Kindergarten No.1 in Mangyongdae District, Pyongyang. Since she was three years old, she has been called a literature prodigy as she would make stories of her own way after reading illustrated books, to the wonder of people.

At the age of 5, she finished the first-year curricula of a primary school.

She also wrote tens of poems of various themes. Speaking highly of her distinguished literary talent, experts and kindergartners commented that she had creativity and made free use of vocabularies.

O Ui Ryong at Ryomyong Kindergarten in Taesong District, Pyongyang stole the public attention in the Autumn Pyongyang Municipality Children’s Paduk Contest held in October last year.

Skillful in judgment, he was awarded a technique prize by playing all the game with composure and in a responsible manner.

According to his mother Ri Nam Sun, he began to play picture puzzle and read articles in the newspapers loudly at the age of two and calculated very easily the addition and subtraction of the number of four figures from the age of three.

“Very lovely!”, “Marvelous!” People express their admiration at the sight of Kang Ok Yon at Kwaksan Kindergarten in Kwaksan County, North Phyongan Province, who is good at singing and calculation of the number of five figures.

She began to read alphabets at the age of two, and immediately sight-read a song from the TV or radio and followed singing, and amused the people by imitating comic chats amazingly.

The buds of such talents with distinguished skills of memory, imagination, expressive and analyzing faculties are bringing into full bloom thanks to the benefits of the socialist education system of the DPRK.