Anecdotes

Love Shown to General-Service Ship “Mujigae”

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The general-service ship “Mujigae” frequented by people is afloat on the picturesque River Taedong in Pyongyang, the capital of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.

The ship was built under the warm loving care of the respected supreme leader Kim Jong Un.

He had it built true to the great leader Kim Jong Il‘s lifetime intention of setting a modern service ship for the people afloat on the River Taedong.

He gave instructions on tens of occasions, energetically guided the whole course of building the service ship and named it “Mujigae” or “Rainbow”.

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In September Juche 104 (2015), Kim Jong Un came out to the spot deep at night to look round the newly-built general-service ship “Mujigae”.

He expressed great satisfaction, saying that the ship makes the River Taedong brighter.

He got aboard the ship and looked round every room, sitting on a chair and carefully examining fixtures to check if there was any shortcoming.

He said: “With the general-service ship ‘Mujigae’ afloat on the River Taedong, our people can lead a more civilized life. I seem to be relieved of my pent-up fatigue at the thought of the people enjoying themselves aboard the ship sailing on the river.”

So pleased at the fact that the people could spend a pleasant and peculiar time, he stayed on the River Taedong for long hours at night to learn in detail about the preparations for the operation of the service ship.

That was how people could enjoy themselves on a sightseeing tour of the picturesque River Taedong.

The Korean people become happier with each passing day under the loving care of Kim Jong Un.

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