Kim Jong Un, First Secretary of the Workers’ Party of Korea, First Chairman of the National Defence Commission of the DPRK and Supreme Commander of the Korean People’s Army, together with Ri Sol Ju, enjoyed a concert of new music pieces given by the Moranbong Band at the Mansudae Art Theatre on September 3.
Among the audience were Hwang Pyong So, Kim Ki Nam, Choe Ryong Hae, Kim Yang Gon, Kim Yo Jong, Ri Jae Il and other senior officials of the Party and the army.
Also enjoying the performance were officials, creators and artistes in the field of art of the army and society, officials and writers of the Ministry of Culture, the Central Committee of the General Federation of the Unions of Art and Literature of Korea and the Central Committee of the Writers Union of Korea and teachers and researchers in the field of art education.
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Ju Su Yang, 17, is deaf and dumb. She has a quick eye for learning things. When she dances a trio dance with Ryu Jin Hyok and Won Song Min who are also deaf and dumb according to the teacher’s hand signals, people admire her surprising talent. She has an extraordinary ability to express her emotion by movements. There is always smile on her face, but if she fails to finish the day’s training task, her face turns moody.
Jon Kyong Sim, her instructor and a member of the Korea Association of the Disabled Artists under the Central Committee of the Korea Federation for the Protection of the Disabled, says, “She won’t take it easy however strongly I urge. She insists she wants to see as soon as possible people shed tears of admiration for her, not tears of sympathy.”