Pyongyang citizens given fish in memory of Kim Jong-il





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Uploaded on Dec 23, 2011

The following footage was released by the North Korean state-run KCNA news agency on Friday, December 23, 2011. Related news report:

Pyongyang, December 23 (KCNA) -- Fresh fish associated with leader Kim Jong Il's deep concern began to be supplied to the Pyongyang citizens seized with grief at his demise.

Great Comrade Kim Jong Un took a special measure to transport fresh fish to Pyongyang in time and supply them to the citizens.

Both salespersons and inhabitants were deeply moved by Kim Jong Il's deep care for the citizens.

Ku Ok Sun, a 62-year-old woman, told KCNA:

"I did not know that leader Kim Jong Il had paid deep concern to the fish supply to the Pyongyang citizens until his last days when he was staying in train.

This fish makes me sorely miss him.

I will get over the grief at his demise and do something to relieve respected Comrade Kim Jong Un of his heavy burdens."

A saleswoman, Kim Ran Hui (26), said, "I am deeply moved by leader Kim Jong Il's deep concern for the fish supply to Pyongyang citizens."

An inhabitant, Kim Suk Yong (32), said:

"When receiving these pollacks and herrings, I was sorely missing leader Kim Jong Il. I feel my heart rent because he passed away during his uninterrupted field guidance tour for the happiness of our people. I will not give way simply to sorrow. I will never forget his deep care for our people. I will try to contribute to the building of a thriving nation, remaining faithful to respected Comrade Kim Jong Un."


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