Kim Jong Un, first secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea, first chairman of the DPRK National Defence Commission and supreme commander of the Korean People's Army, together with service personnel of the KPA enjoyed an art performance given by the State Merited Chorus to mark the 62nd anniversary of the victory in the great Fatherland Liberation War.
Kim Jong Un appeared at the auditorium with Ri Sol Ju.
In the performance which started with serial songs "July 27, Our Victory Day", its performers sang high praises of the exploits of the great Generalissimo Kim Il Sung, who aroused with his indomitable pluck and matchless guts the army and people of the DPRK to a nation-wide resistance for defending the country from huge aggressor forces' invasion and wiping out the enemy and created the myth of heroic Korea's war victory with his Juche-based military idea, superb strategies and tactics and distinguished leadership ability, thus honorably defending the freedom and independence of the country.
Through presentation of wartime songs, they lauded the spirit of the participants in the war who bravely fought for the freedom and independence of the country, united close around the great leader and the great Workers' Party of Korea.
The numbers of the performance included male choruses "Ode to General Kim Jong Un" and "Parade of Glory".
Appreciating the successful performance, Kim Jong Un expressed expectation and belief that the creators and artistes of the State Merited Chorus would as ever conduct their revolutionary and militant art activities to more inspiringly encourage the service personnel and civilians of the DPRK in the showdown with the U.S. and the all-out struggle for the victory in building a thriving nation.
Among the audience were Hwang Pyong So, Pak Yong Sik, Ri Yong Gil and other commanding officers of the KPA.