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Drama Shows Days of Founding DYLNK
| Pyongyang, August 26 (KCNA) -- A TV serial drama "In the Days of Founding Democratic Youth League of North Korea" (17 parts) is nowadays televised in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea with the approach of the Youth Day (August 28).
The drama was based on a story of young people in a county who strove to get rallied around an organization to take an active part in building a new society soon after the country's liberation from the Japanese colonial rule (August 15, 1945).
Hero Kang Chol U forms a young communist organization with some progressive youths but does not know how to get them united in it.
And due to the moves of the reactionary forces, the organization stands on the verge of collapse.
Seized by agony, Kang makes his way to Pyongyang to meet with President Kim Il Sung and get instructions from him concerning the youth movement.
Inspired by Kim Il Sung's teachings that the young Korean people should be united in an organization under the banner of democracy, he endeavors to rally young people of various social strata in the democratic youth organization.
Upset by the unity of democratic forces, the reactionaries kick up a riot in a border city.
Kim Il Sung personally comes to the city and makes a speech in a mass meeting, calling on the people to turn out in the efforts for building a new Korea.
The drama represents the validity of the idea on the youth movement, advanced by Kim Il Sung soon after the country's liberation.
The DYLNK was originated from the Young Communist League of Korea Kim Il Sung founded on August 28, 1927.
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