Noble Spirit of Service

For the country and people – this is often said by the respected Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un during his revolutionary leadership.

It represents his noble spirit of service.

One day, giving precious instructions on Kim Jong Il‘s patriotism, Kim Jong Un said to officials that if he expresses his thoughts and feelings on a simple verse, he would recite as follows: “I will become the earth to cover the root.”

A lot of legends about the human love are told and miracles of creation and construction wrought in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea thanks to the spirit of devoted service of Kim Jong Un for the country.

On October 10, Kim Jong Un made a historic speech at the military parade held in celebration of the 75th founding anniversary of the Workers’ Party of Korea.

In the speech he warmly said: As I enjoy this greatest trust of people, I have been able to confront without hesitation all manner of challenges remembering the mission and will to make selfless, devoted efforts for the good of the people, jump into do-or-die battles, which would lead even to a war, and uncompromisingly cope with the disasters unprecedented in history.

I will cherish it as the highest honour to have, serve and struggle for such excellent people. I solemnly swear that I will live up to the people’s trust without fail even if my body is torn and crushed to pieces on the way of defending their great trust and that I will remain faithful to that trust.

That day he made the speech with his noble love and heart for the people living in the motherland he considers to be dearest, which was an echo of life of the great servant, his heartfelt expression.

The DPRK is vigorously advancing, supported by the noble spirit of patriotism and service of Kim Jong Un which is felt everywhere in the sky and on the land and the sea.

Categories: Anecdotes, Narrated

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