Kim Jong Un Visits Remodeled Korean Revolution Museum

Pyongyang, March 28 (KCNA) — Kim Jong Un, chairman of the Workers’ Party of Korea (WPK), chairman of the DPRK State Affairs Commission and supreme commander of the Korean People’s Army, gave field guidance to the remodeled Korean Revolution Museum.
He went round various places of the museum to learn in detail about its remodeling.

Looking at the photos of the peerlessly great persons of Mt Paektu and historic data and relics displayed in rooms, he said that the academic system was established well to vividly and visually show the revolutionary histories of President Kim Il Sung and leader Kim Jong Il according to their contents and periods. He was pleased with everything including display form and illumination effect.

He said that the successful remodeling of the Korean Revolution Museum marked a great historic event, adding that the museum dealing with the whole course of the Korean revolution is a revolution museum of Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il in name and reality.

A visit to the Korean Revolution Museum helps one know well about the course covered by the Korean revolution in its development and clearly visualizes the path before us, he noted, stressing that the Korean Revolution Museum, ideological and mental mainstay and beacon of our army and people, serves as the greatest treasure and textbook of the revolution.

Saying that it is an unshakable will of our party to usher in the golden age of education in the revolutionary traditions, he stressed that to intensify the education in the revolutionary traditions at present is a crucial matter decisive of the victory of the revolution.

The Korean Revolution Museum has a very important role to play, he said, giving instructions that would serve as guidelines for managing and operating the museum.

Personally meeting anti-Japanese revolutionary fighter Hwang Sun Hui, curator of the museum, and showing care for her health, he had a warm talk with her.

Then he had a photo session with the officials and lecturers of the Korean Revolution Museum, expressing belief that they would creditably perform their honorable mission and duty before the times and the revolution.

Accompanying him were Choe Ryong Hae, member of the Presidium of the Political Bureau of the WPK Central Committee, vice-chairman of the DPRK State Affairs Commission and vice-chairman of the C.C., WPK, Kim Ki Nam, member of the Political Bureau of the C.C., WPK, member of the DPRK State Affairs Commission and vice-chairman of the C.C., WPK, Kim Jong Im, director of the Party History Institute of the C.C., WPK, Jo Yong Won, vice department director of the C.C., WPK, Yu Sung Hwa, vice-director of the Party History Institute of the C.C., WPK, and Ma Won Chun, director of the Designing Department of the State Affairs Commission.