People’s Laughter Resounds
People in the DPRK enjoys to their heart’s content the pleasure of life at cultural establishments of modern fashion built in the capital city of Pyongyang, thanks to the people-oriented policy of the Workers’ Party of Korea and the state which strive to build the country into a cultured socialist nation aimed at providing people with happy life.
Munsu Water Park which was built in a vast area of 125 000 m2 on the bank of the picturesque Taedong River last year is a good testimony.
The magnificent water park is filled with laughter and shouts of joy every day.
Large numbers of people flood the indoor and outdoor wading pools as if they are eager to await the arrival of summer.
There are a seawater pool that resembles a bathing resort with waves, children’s water park reminiscent of a fairytale world and various ten others. The bathers disporting themselves in clear and fresh water and those shouting with joy riding steep slide and other slides of various shapes are all beaming with joy.
After swimming, they take soft drinks at the catering facilities in the park.
The Rungna People’s Recreation Ground is also filled with laughter as in the Munsu Water Park.
Built on a total floor space of 12 000 m2, the Rungna Alpa Mare in the recreation ground is furnished with water slides, from which people slide down feeling as if they are falling from sky. Not only men but women play them two or three times repeatedly.
Competitive spirit pervades throughout the alpa mare in diving and wading pools as well as basketball, volleyball and beach volleyball courts and minigolf course.
The Rungna Dolphinarium looks like a dolphin scuttling through the waves outside and a theatre inside. Dolphins weighing over a hundred kgs perform various stunts, giving pleasure to the spectators. Meanwhile, in the Rungna Amusement Park people enjoy themselves with a variety of amusement facilities, play electronic games and watch movies at 4-D Simulation Cinema, being unaware of the passage of time.
The People’s Open-air Ice Rink is also a favourite summer haunt for the people, who, engrossed in skating, say that they don’t want to leave once they visit it, and want to come again when they leave it.
The Mirim Riding Club in a suburb of Pyongyang is filled with the sound of hooves of the horses galloping along the race tracks, carrying people on their backs.
The people on horsebacks, giving spurs to them, resemble warriors in ancient times.
Those excellent recreational facilities make young people redouble their strength and courage and the aged feel young again. Enjoying pleasant and cheerful life there, the working people are resolved more firmly to work their best for the prosperity of socialist motherland.
Working people and schoolchildren enjoy themselves at the Munsu Water Park built on the bank of the Taedong River