Supreme leader Kim Jong Un gave field guidance to the newly built Sinchon Museum.
While providing on-the-spot guidance to the museum in November last year, he advanced the task to newly build it as required by the new century.
He chose the site of the museum and energetically guided its construction on a series of occasions, ranging from its design and layout to the creation of fine art pieces, display of relics inside it, slogans and guide notes. He also entrusted its construction to the Korean People's Army standing at the outpost of the class struggle and settled all the problems arising in the project.
Enjoying a bird's-eye view of the museum impeccable in its architectural beauty, he said that the appearance of the new Sinchon Museum in the run-up to the victory day when the Korean people defeated the U.S. imperialists is a striking demonstration of the spirit of the service personnel and people of the DPRK and their indomitable will to glorify forever the history and tradition of victory, holding aloft the banner of anti-imperialist, anti-U.S. struggle under the guidance of the party.
He went round a room for the education in the revolutionary history, room dedicated to the history of the museum, the general introductory room, exhibition rooms, video room, general lecture room, bomb shelter of the former Sinchon County Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea, powder magazine, the ground for having a meeting to pledge revenge and other places of the museum.
He expressed great satisfaction over the successful completion of the museum as a center for anti-imperialist and anti-U.S. education and class education.
He noted that the museum exhibited in various forms and methods the relics and data on the brutal atrocities committed by the U.S. imperialists and class enemies in Sinchon to ensure a high level of visualization and vivid expression.
He said the museum served as a center for class education and source of the will to take revenge upon the enemy and a historic place bearing witness to the U.S. imperialists' monstrous atrocities. He gave an instruction to intensify the education through the museum.
No matter how crafty the U.S. imperialists become in their moves to cover up their crimes, they can never erase the traces of massacre of Koreans left in this land, he said, adding that we should force them to pay for the blood shed by Koreans and settle accounts with them with arms without fail.
To intensify the anti-imperialist and anti-U.S. education and class education is an issue of weighty importance as it is decisive of the prospect of the revolution and the destiny of the country, he noted.
It is our duty to lay bare the cruel and cunning nature of the U.S. imperialists and settle accounts with them, he said, adding that it is reality in the world that people are taken in by the U.S. imperialists' hypocritical propaganda to paint a wrong picture of the U.S. as a guardian of peace and human rights.
He said in order to firmly defend the position of the revolution, the working class position and win the final victory in the Juche revolution it is necessary to intensify the class education among all the party members, servicepersons and people and push ahead with this work consistently and in a sustainable manner under the banner of preparing them to be vanguard fighters of the working class defending the forefront of the anti-imperialist and anti-U.S. struggle.
He highly praised the soldier-builders for successfully building the museum like a university for class education.
He had a photo taken with the officials and employees of the museum.