Towards the end of the commentary, the lady screamed further, saying, “Therefore, the people of the city of Chongjin put on a large searchlight around them to answer the merciful love and benefits of the leader, and the sun set. But even in the dark night, the statue shines like this. “She made a look that seems to have reached the height of euphoria.
Certainly, at the four corners of the giant Kim Il Sung statue’s pedestal, as the guidance lady says, large searchlights were installed, and even in the dark night the statue was made to shine like the sun. (“Republic of frozen soil”)）
The republic’s instructor first took me to the huge Kim Il Sung statue in S City. And they were given the same “chor saob” (bowing business). The bowing business, in which a previously prepared round flower basket with a large ribbon with the words “ I wish to congratulate the great leader Kim Nisari on his longevity, ” is gracefully held in front of the statue and bows deeply. I was made to. (Ibid.)
Most striking, however, was a giant statue of Kim Il Sung in military uniform surrounded by soldiers. To get there, you have to climb a marble staircase as wide as the main street. It took me enough to climb. The bronze statue is so large that even the most athletic elementary school students will have difficulty climbing even the giant shoes of a great leader.
The pedestal alone was taller than an adult, so I had to raise my head a lot to see the statue and my eyes. Probably, it was purposely made like that. This solid Kim Il Sung, comparable to a four-story building, wore a large coat. He was not wearing a hat, waving one hand, and holding the child up in the corner with the other. Behind them, soldiers in hats with red stars are raising machine guns and rifles.
The light illuminating the statue was huge, measuring one meter in diameter. The lights were still shining, even when the power shortage got worse and no light bulb lit the town. The potted flowers lined up in front of the statue’s pedestal were always carefully watered and replaced as soon as they began to wither. (Kang Hyuk, Children of North Korea)