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Masterpieces Created by Kim Il Sung, Kim Jong Il
| Pyongyang, May 14 (KCNA) -- President Kim Il Sung and leader Kim Jong Il created many masterpieces.
"Song of Korea" was created by Kim Il Sung in his early period of the anti-Japanese revolutionary struggle. This revolutionary song which restored the name of the country is a monumental work which gave origin to the Juche-based poetry.
He created revolutionary drama "Three Pretenders" and song and dance "Maypole" during the days when he explored the path of the Korean revolution.
"The Flower Girl" raised its first curtain in Wujiazi during the anti-Japanese armed struggle. It aroused many Kkotpunis suffering all sorts of pain and misfortune after losing the country to the struggle for human emancipation, class liberation and national liberation, sowing flower seeds of revolution.
Kim Il Sung visited the International Friendship Exhibition House in October, Juche 68 (1979) and recited "Mt. Myohyang on an Autumn Day".
He wrote poem "Shining Star" on the occasion of the 50th birth anniversary of Kim Jong Il. It wishes the bright future of the revolutionary cause of Juche pioneered in Mt. Paektu.
In his teens Kim Jong Il created child poems "Portrait" and "Our Leader", drama "The Torch in Pochonbo" and dramatic literature "The End of the Defeated General".
"Song of Best Wishes" created by him on June 1, 1953 represents the highest cream of all people's wishes to hold the leader of the revolution in high esteem for all ages.
Child poem "May a Second Become an Hour" and songs "Azalea" and "My Mother" reflect the noble thought of a peerlessly great man.
Child poem "Our Classroom" and poems "Greeting the Sun Rising over the Taedong River", "I Will Carry on the March Started from Mt. Paektu" and "The Most Beautiful Rivers and Mountains" reflect the faith and will of Kim Jong Il to carry forward and accomplish the Juche cause and the revolutionary cause of Songun generation after generation, holding Kim Il Sung in high esteem.
"The Embrace of My Motherland" clarifies the idea that the motherland of the Korean people precisely means the leader and he is the embrace of the motherland.
"Where Are You, Dear General?" and "O Korea, I Will Add Glory to Thee" created by Kim Jong Il while indicating the way of Juche-based music with the song of the leader as the core are being loudly sung on the road of the advance of the new century of Juche.
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