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Acrobatic Performance Prepared Exclusively for KCU Delegates
Pyongyang, May 31 (KCNA) -- The Pyongyang Circus is busy with preparations for acrobatic performance to be given for the delegates to the celebrations of the 66th anniversary of the Korean Children's Union (KCU.)

Song Yong Hyok, deputy head in charge of the arts of the Circus, told KCNA:

"The KCU delegates represent the rosy future of the country.

The Pyongyang Circus, well-known to the world, will soon give a special performance in honor of them celebrating the KCU anniversary. All its acrobats are excited with the news that they are to perform for the children, the king of Songun Korea.

The performance program was finally set a few days ago. It includes aerial stunts 'Flying Girls' and 'Fliers' and physical acrobatics 'Playing with Pole' and 'Balancing Etude on the Desk.' Comic and animal feats, too, have been created to suit the schoolchildren's features."

Kim Chun Ae, a Merited Actress, said:

"I am on a tiptoe of excitement with our performance for the little delegates approaching. The performance will be a happy time for me if we get applause from them."

Ro Sok Hyon, a 19-year-old student of Pyongyang Acrobatic School, said he would do his utmost in the performance to delight the delegates.

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