Culture

“We Will Go to Mt. Paektu”, Song of Faith of the Korean People

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All the Korean people love and like to sing the song “We Will Go to Mt. Paektu”.

To them, Mt. Paektu, along with the long history, is the ancestral mountain associated with the resourcefulness and soul of the nation and the sacred mountain of the revolution where the Korean revolution started and struck its root.

Many people have toured Mt. Paektu for over half a century since the great leader Kim Jong Il made a study tour of the revolutionary battle sites in the area of Mt. Paektu in June Juche 45 (1956).

Through their study tour, they hardened their firm faith and immutable will to accomplish the revolutionary cause of Juche pioneered in the Paektu.

Representing their faith and will, the song “We Will Go to Mt. Paektu” was created as a masterpiece of the times in Juche 104 (2015).

After the song was created, the respected supreme leader Kim Jong Un meaningfully said that singing the song, all people will picture Mt. Paektu, the sacred mountain of the Korean revolution, to themselves and keep the soul and spirit of the Paektu deep in their hearts.

And he called on us to vigorously struggle toward final victory, loudly singing the song “We Will Go to Mt. Paektu” with firm faith and will to materialize the desire of the great leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il on this land.

The song gripped the hearts of the people as soon as it was made public.
Singing the song, the whole country throbbed with an urge to go to Mt. Paektu.

Following the footsteps of Kim Jong Un, a lot of people make a study tour of Mt. Paektu, the sacred mountain of the revolution.

We will go to Mt. Paektu, a battle site of revolution giving a will unyielding even in storm and bracing up the faith!

We will go to Mt. Paektu all our lives generation after generation!

This is the voice of the Korean people bracing up their will to carry forward the revolutionary traditions of the Paektu generation after generation, loudly singing the song “We Will Go to Mt. Paektu”.

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Categories: Culture, History, Music, Narrated

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