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Foreigners Admire Rungna People's Pleasure Park
| Pyongyang, October 4 (KCNA) -- Foreigners were deeply touched to see the Rungna People's Pleasure Park which was successfully built as a cultural pleasure resort under the deep loving care of the Workers' Party of Korea.
Dermot Hudson, chairman of the British Association for the Study of Songun Policy, said he visited the very fantastic pleasure park.
The sound of people's laughter reverberates far and wide in the park, he said.
He saw an asset for the people provided thanks to the noble intention of the WPK, he added.
Anatoli Dolgachev, chairman of the Far Eastern Association for the Study of Kimilsungism-Kimjongilism of Russia, noted that he saw such a wonderful pleasure park for the first time in his life, adding that this place is deeply associated with the dear respected Kim Jong Un's noble love for the people.
Basanta Kumar Shrestha, chairman of the International Committee for the Study of Songun Politics for Peaceful Reunification of Korea in Nepal, said that Rungna People's Pleasure Park is a product of the love of the peerlessly great man for the people.
The Korean people are leading a happy life thanks to the prominent leader, he said.
He said after the visit that he keenly realized that the WPK led by Kim Jong Un serves the people.
Baranikova, editor-in-chief of a Russian paper, noted that she was deeply moved to visit the pleasure park.
Rungna People's Pleasure Park vividly shows the noble love for the people of leader Kim Jong Un, he added.
Pascal Zouncheme, chief of the Benin Group for the Study of Kimilsungism-Kimjongilism, noted that the visitors to the pleasure park will come to keenly realize the Workers' Party of Korea's noble intention for the people.
A member of the Far Eastern Association for the Study of Kimilsungism-Kimjongilism of Russia said that ordinary people visit the pleasure park in the DPRK, adding it is because the WPK regards the people's wellbeing as the criteria of its activities. The DPRK is the people's country, he stressed.
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